At Birthcare Auckland we offer a beautiful, calm and supportive space for you to birth and care for your baby. We can also support you with finding a midwife, booking an antenatal class, or booking one of our relaxing rooms for your postnatal stay.
We provide excellent 24 hour care and support for new mums, dads and their babies. Our aim is to make your birth experience the best it can be. We offer flexible choices so you can decide what suits you best.
If you birth at Birthcare Auckland you’ll be given a private room wherever possible. If you choose to have your baby at another hospital, you can still transfer to us for your postnatal stay.
Our birthing services are free to New Zealand residents and women eligible for free maternity care in New Zealand.
Take a look at our beautiful birthing rooms here.
Birthing at Birthcare is free to New Zealand residents and women eligible for free maternity care in New Zealand.
Take a look at our full list of costs and options available here.
We encourage you to come on one of our tours, no appointment is necessary.
Tours run on the following days:
Saturdays 2.00pm and 2.30pm
Meet in the lounge on Level 2, Birthcare, 20 Titoki St, Parnell, Auckland.
Please note that we do not have tours on public holidays and tours and times may change due to Covid-19 restrictions. Please contact us if you are unsure.
Please use the pay and display parking, or other parking on the street. Our underground parking is reserved for in-patients and visitors.
If you would like to see a particular Birthing room or Premium room, please phone us first to ensure that it is available for viewing (these rooms will only be viewed if vacant).
Birthcare provides medical and general baby supplies (pain relief, sanitary pads, disposable nappies and wipes) all of which are included as part of our service.
If you are planning on using cloth nappies, bring two with you for a folding demonstration. Please ensure you have some woolen items, especially if you are transferring from Auckland Hospital, and also for when you are discharged home.
Please note: Babies must always travel in a car seat. It’s a good idea to familiarise yourself with how to safely use your car seat as per manufacturers instruction before baby is born.
Infant Feeding Birthcare provides everything that is required for breastfeeding and we are here to support and encourage you. If you are not planning on breast feeding, please bring with you the formula, bottles and teats you will be using at home.
N.B. Infant formula is available if required for medical reasons only.