Welcome to the Mediclinic Baby programme
Mediclinic Southern Africa is proud to present the Mediclinic Baby programme.
This is an exclusive programme available to all parents whose babies are born at a Mediclinic hospital.
We invite you to register for Mediclinic Baby and receive weekly information online and invitations to hospital events, e.g. Pregnancy Education Week. You also stand a chance to win a R100 Huggies discount voucher.
Every Mediclinic obstetrics unit offers antenatal classes to empower parents to make informed decisions about matters such as labour and pain relief options and general babycare.
You will receive the following while in hospital:
- A luxury baby bag with everything your baby will need for the first few days – excluding baby clothes (selected hospitals do supply clothing). READ MORE
- A certificate with your baby’s footprint
- The option to have a photo of your new baby displayed on our website
- A special celebration surprise for new parents
- First immunisation
- Assistance with UIF claims by Moms UIF Assist
Please enquire from the hospital staff should you not receive one or any of the above services.
For information on what to pack on admission please click on one of the following links: English / Afrikaans
Services such as postnatal classes and baby clinics are offered at selected hospitals.
If you would like more information on Mediclinic Baby, please sms the word BABY to 37838 (SMS is charged at R1) or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
24-HOUR HELPLINE – 0860 233 333
+27 10 205 3064 (Namibia)
Access to a dedicated nurse practitioner on a 24-hour basis will be available. Enquiries about the programme, our facilities and services as well as medical information can be answered via the telephone.
If you would like to register for Mediclinic Baby and receive weekly information online, please click on the link below:
Click here to register for Mediclinic Baby
NOTE: Please remember to book your bed at your Mediclinic of choice as soon as you receive your authorisation number from the medical aid. The programme registration is not a substitute for this important action.