Milton Ulladulla Hospital

Milton Ulladulla Hospital offers Antenatal and Postnatal care. All birthing services are provided by Shoalhaven Hospital.

Maternity Services at Milton Ulladulla Hospital is a satellite service of Shoalhaven Hospital. Information on care you have received at Milton Ulladulla Hospital in your pregnancy will be available to the staff caring for you when you have your baby at Shoalhaven Hospital.

Our antenatal clinics are based at:

  • Milton Ulladulla Hospital on the lower ground level. See the Allied Health Reception desk on arrival. On the weekends, present to the reception desk at the main entrance.
  • St Georges Basin Community Health Centre at 21 Meriton Street, St Georges Basin.

Our hours are 8.00am to 4.30pm

To book into the antenatal clinic appointment - Ph. 4454 9116.

How to get to the Antenatal Clinic at Milton-Ulladulla Hospital

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Please watch the video below that shows you how to get to the Antenatal Clinic at Milton-Ulladulla Hospital

How do I book in?

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When you are pregnant we ask you to "book in" so that the hospital has some information on your health cultural and pregnancy needs. This appointment takes around 90 minutes

To book into the antenatal clinic - Ph - 4454 9116

Please tell us if you would like an interpreter to help you to understand medical language.

If you or your partner are Aboriginal or Torres Straight Islander, your booking in can be done by a Midwife at Binji and Boori, an Aboriginal Health service who can provide Antenatal and Postnatal care.

          Binji and Boori - Ph - 4423 9900

When you "book in" with the Milton Ulladulla Midwives or Binji and Boori you will automatically be booked in at Shoalhaven Hospital as well.

What do I bring with me to appointments?

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Any time you visit the hospital or your GP, please have these with you:

  • Your antenatal record card (yellow card) - this is given to you by your GP or the hospital. It is important that you always have this card with you. It can be used by doctors anywhere in Australia if you are not in your local area.
  • Results of any tests or ultrasounds you have had since your last appointment.
  • A GP referral (to the first appointment only)

Who looks after me? (Models of Care)

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In most cases, you can choose who looks after you for your care. These are some options available:

MAPS (Midwife Antenatal Postnatal Services) 

A small group of midwives will look after you before and after your birth. While you are pregnant these clinics are held at Milton Ulladulla Hospital or St Georges Basin Community Health Centre. After your baby is born the same midwives may be able see you and your baby at home.

GP Antenatal Shared Care (GPANSC)

Care is shared between your GP and the antenatal clinic. You will have your baby with a midwife in the Birth Unit at Shoalhaven Hospital. Ask your GP if they participate. For more information click here Antenatal Shared Care

Binji & Boori (AMIHS) 

If your baby is Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, you can have care from the Binji and Boori Midwives and Aboriginal Health Worker before and after your baby is born. Ph - 4423 9900 Please click here for Binji & Boori

Obstetrician Clinic 

An Obstetrician will see you for your pregnancy visits. Some women will see an Obstetrician and their MAPS midwife or a GP.

Other services at Milton Ulladulla Hospital

Midwives, doctors and other health professionals work together to support you and your family for culturally specific care and services for women with social, mental health, drug and/or alcohol issues.

For more information, call the Antenatal Clinic- Phone 4454 9116

MAPS South

Midwife Antenatal and Postnatal Service (MAPS)

MAPS offers care during pregnancy and after you have your baby. The same small group of midwives will look after you before and after your birth.

The midwives build meaningful relationships that focus on your individual needs and preferences. We work as part of a team with other carers during your pregnancy and after birth. We offer booking in and midwife appointments in your local community.

MAPS South is based at Milton Ulladulla Hospital and supports:

  •  Women who plan to birth at Shoalhaven Hospital
  •  Women who live between Sanctuary Point and North Durras
  •  Women with low risk pregnancy

If your pregnancy is complex MAPS’ midwives work with:

  •  Obstetricians in the Obstetric Clinic at Milton Ulladulla Hospital.

MAPS’ midwives will also link in with you if you choose to have care by a GP during pregnancy

  •  The midwives will book you into hospital and meet you during your pregnancy.
  •  They will see you after you go home with your baby.

The MAPS midwives work 7 days a week, from 8am to 4:30pm.

MAPS contact number: 4454 9116

If you have immediate concerns or need out of hours review contact:

Shoalhaven Hospital Maternity Unit on 4423 9240

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What happens in an antenatal appointment?

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Every time you come in or see your GP for a pregnancy visit, you will be asked how you are feeling and have baby's growth checked.

We will take your blood pressure at each visit.

We will listen to baby's heartbeat from around 16 weeks gestation and measure the growth of your uterus with a tape measure from about 24 weeks.

This video will show you how we check your baby's growth 

We also ask you about your baby's movements. Click here for more information

You may be offered to weigh yourself at each visit and may be asked to test your urine.

Pregnancy visits are also your opportunity to have your questions answered. We will offer you education on things relevant to your pregnancy, birth and postnatal period.

Let your Midwife know of anything you would like to discuss or if you are worried about anything.

 Visit Schedule

Routine visits you can expect during pregnancy guide:

1st Trimester:


1st visit: to your GP at 6 to 10 weeks:

Health history / physical examination

Routine antenatal blood tests

Discuss genetic screening

Referral to book into hospital

2nd visit: with your midwife at 12 to 14 weeks:

Book in to hospital

Review blood results/scans

Check emotional wellbeing

Education about pregnancy

2nd Trimester:

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3rd visit: with your GP, midwife or obstetrician at 18 to 20 weeks

Review ultrasound.

4th visit: with your GP or midwife at 24 to 26 weeks

Discuss Anti D test if you have a negative blood group.

Discuss whooping cough/flu/COVID vaccination.

Order 26 to 28 week blood test.

5th Visit: with your GP, midwife, and obstetrician 28 to 30 weeks

Review 26 to 28 week blood test results.

Repeat Edinburgh Depression Scale (EDS, a tool to monitor mental health)

Anti D at 28 weeks if you have a negative blood group.

3rd Trimester:

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6th Visit: with your GP or midwife at 30 to 32 weeks

Ultrasound request if placenta low lying at 20 week scan.

Discuss Anti D test results (if required).

7th visit: with your GP, midwife or obstetrician at 34 to 36 weeks

Order Group B Strep swab (GBS), Full Blood Count, ferritin blood tests

Anti D at 34 weeks if you have a negative blood group.

8th, 9th, 10th: GP, midwives, obstetrician 37, 38, 39 weeks

Check position and growth of baby.

Discuss labour, birth, breastfeeding, support options after birth.

11th visit- obstetrician 40 weeks

Plan for birth, Induction of Labour options. Overdue birth management.

12th visit- midwives 41 weeks

Plan after due date fetal welfare monitoring


Lactation (breastfeeding) Clinic

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If you have any questions or concerns about breastfeeding, or have had problems with your previous breastfeeding experiences, you can ask your midwife to refer you to the lactation (breastfeeding) clinic.

This clinic is for women who are still pregnant, and is available at Milton Ulladulla Hosital, St Georges Basin and Shoalhaven Hospital. Our District Lactation Consultant who is a qualified midwife and International Board Certified Lactation Consultant runs this clinic.

Childbirth classes

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For Shoalhaven Hospital

Enquiries: 02 4429 2929

For Milton Ulladulla Hospital

Enquiries: 02 4454 9116


Cost: Virtual Labour and Birth Antenatal Education Workshops are offered free of charge during the period of social isolation

Date: Virtual Labour and Birth Antenatal Education Group Workshops are held every second Saturday at 9.30 a.m.

Time: 2 hours 30 minutes to complete 7 topics and answer any related questions

Venue: Course access is via Pexip Virtual Meeting Room which is a secure Virtual Platform. You will be sent a link to this room prior to your class.

Ask your Midwife for a pamphlet.


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Please click here for ISLHD Resources webpage for pregnancy and after baby is born

Maternity and Newborn Information during COVID-19
NSW Health Information


Need an Interpreter? Professional interpreters are available if you need help to communicate with staff. Our staff can also ask for an interpreter. The service is free and confidential. We will book the interpreter for you. You can also call the Translating and Interpreting Service on 131 450 if you need to speak to us before your appointment. Click here for more information about the Illawarra Health Care Interpreter Service.