Eve Health obstetricians deliver at Mater Mothers’ Private Brisbane in South Brisbane and The Wesley Hospital at Auchenflower.

Our obstetricians place great importance on being there to care and support you through your pregnancy, labour and delivery. We are very proud to share that 94% of women have their chosen Eve Health obstetrician at their baby’s birth*.  On the rare occasion that your obstetrician is unable to be there for your birth, you can rest assured that another Eve Health obstetrician, who knows and understands your personal case, will be there to care for you with the same skill and expertise you can expect from all Eve obstetricians.

*Based on deliveries by Eve Health obstetricians between April 2018 to January 2019.

Mater Mothers’ Private Brisbane

Source: Mater Mothers' Private Hospital Brisbane

At Mater Mothers’ Private Brisbane, they know that having a baby is a special time for you and your family.

When you choose to have your baby with the Mater Mothers, you can expect continuity of care from your chosen obstetrician who will work closely with Mater’s team of experienced health professionals. Together we will provide personalised care and support every step of the way to ensure the arrival of your newest family member is as safe, memorable and stress-free as possible.

You will have access to state-of-the-art facilities and a comprehensive selection of support services in one convenient location. To support you through conception, pregnancy, birth and early motherhood, you will have access to Queensland’s first purpose built 24/7 Pregnancy Assessment Centre, their leading-edge Maternal Fetal Medicine Service and  onsite Neonatal Critical Care Unit, which includes an intensive care unit for babies who are born with extreme prematurity or require lifesaving care.

During your stay at Mater Mothers’ Private Brisbane, you are guaranteed accommodation in a private room with private en-suite, a day bed for your partner and an in-room entertainment system with access to internet. Our award-winning room service delivers freshly prepared, nutritious meals specifically designed by Mater chefs and dietitians, direct to your bedside.  You and your family will also have round-the-clock access to the expertise and support offered by their caring team who work closely with your obstetrician to deliver compassionate, expert care for you and your baby in preparation for going home.


The Caring Continues

Mater Mothers have introduced the “The Caring Continues” home care options, designed to support mums and families who choose to go home sooner than expected.

Mater Mothers can provide exceptional support to new mums to ensure your stay and the journey home is safe, comfortable and as smooth as possible.

If you are considering going home sooner and meet the eligibility criteria you may choose one of their home care options to help you settle into family life comfortably:


The Parenting Support Centre

Mater Mothers’ Parenting Support Centre offers early parenting support and guidance to mothers and babies up to six months after birth.

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Wesley Maternity

Source: Wesley Maternity

At Wesley Maternity, they know how special it is to bring a baby into the world. From the moment you arrive to the moment you meet your new bub, the Wesley team alongside Eve Health are here for you – to make sure you feel comfortable and confident, so that you can enjoy one of the most amazing experiences imaginable. The Wesley Maternity will even be there to support you during the initial weeks settling in at home with your baby.

Our team of highly qualified experts will support and guide you every step of the way. With both natural and caesarean birth options available, and the latest technology and facilities on hand, Wesley Maternity have everything needed to ensure your birth goes as smoothly as possible.

Wesley Maternity focuses on childbirth as a healthy life event; one to be celebrated. They also believe in all parties working together in partnership – the mother-to be, her family, the Wesley midwives, your Eve Health obstetrician, paediatrician, physiotherapists, lactation consultants and other health professionals available through their comprehensive service.


Birth Suite

Wesley Maternity has five spacious birthing suites that all include the following:

  • En-suite facilities including dual flexible shower attachments
  • Contemporary technological fetal monitoring support
  • Therapeutic comfort options including fit balls, bean bags and birth stools
  • Flat screen television, telephone and Wi-Fi
  • Access to kitchen facilities
  • Multi functional birthing beds
  • Flexible lighting options including dimmed lighting

Ensuring the safe care of you and your baby is our highest priority. You will have access to a number of professional support staff including midwives, your Eve obstetrician, paediatricians and anaesthetists. They are available around the clock to support you if required. A fully equipped operating theatre and intensive care unit are also nearby to deal with any unexpected complications.

Your labour and birth is a very special time and we encourage you to discuss any individual preferences with your obstetrician. Our experienced midwives are here to support you and your family during this time.


Maternity Rooms

The Wesley’s comfortable and welcoming maternity rooms will be your private sanctuary for your first few days with your new baby. All maternity rooms feature:

  • Private en-suite facilities
  • Wi-Fi and direct dial telephone
  • Flat screen digital television
  • 24 hour maternity education channel
  • Wardrobe and bedside locker
  • Bar fridge

Partners are welcome to stay overnight at no additional fee. Partner meals are available at a small additional cost.


Content adapted from the Wesley Maternity website. For more information, see

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