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Before Your Stay

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Before Your Stay

Once your pregnancy has been confirmed and you have arranged an appointment with an obstetrician accredited to Greenslopes Private Hospital, you will need to complete an online booking registration form.

Our pre-admission process is an important part of your hospital stay and we aim to make it as easy as possible to provide us with all the information we need to confirm your admission and finalise the terms of your stay.

We offer the convenience of online admission to enable you to provide your details at a time that suits you. You’ll need the following information handy when you fill in your form:

  • Personal/Next of Kin details
  • Medicare card number
  • Funding details (eg. Private Health Insurance or self funding)
  • Relevant item numbers if these were provided by your doctor’s rooms
  • Your obstetrician’s name. To complete the form without the name of your obstetrician please enter “To Be Confirmed” in this field.

Click here to start completing your form

You will receive an automatic email reply to confirm that your online registration has been received. One of our team will then call you in due course.

Private Health Insurance

If you have private health insurance it is important to check a few things with your insurer prior to your admission such as your level of cover, automatic cover for your new baby and any excesses required to be paid before admission. These questions are particularly important if you have been a member of your health fund for less than 12 months.

It is important to note that the confirmation of your private health fund details is your responsibility as a patient.

For any questions or queries regarding maternity bookings please contact:

Email: maternity.gph@ramsayhealth.com.au
Phone: 07 3394 7900
Fax: 07 3329 3006

Previous Medical Treatment

If you have been receiving treatment elsewhere – especially outside Australia – please be sure to advise your specialist.