Clinical Coordinator Maternity Services
P: (03) 5734 2100
Kilmore District Health (KDH) provides pregnancy and birth care to the women of Kilmore, Wallan, Broadford, Seymour and neighbouring areas, with about 300 births per year.
Having a baby can be one of the most exciting times in your life. Our staff at KDH provide professional, quality care and support for you and your family throughout your pregnancy and birth journey. A range of options for pregnancy care currently exist to suit your needs.
KDH is now conducting some ante-natal appointments via Telehealth. If your appointments are to be held this way, you will receive information prior to your appointment.
As an additional resource, please find below a video to help guide you through starting a video call at your designated appointment time.
Our hospital aims to increase access to our service for women and families and offers birthing clinics at the following locations. All bookings for the Antenatal Clinics should be made by contacting our Outpatient's Department on 5734 2162.
Kilmore Antenatal Clinic
Antenatal Clinics are held in the Outpatient's Building on the following days -
Monday: 9.00am - 4.30pm
Tuesday: 9.00am - 12.30pm
Wednesday: New booking in appointments only
Thursday: 9.00am - 4.30pm
Friday (replacing Wallan clinic during COVID-19): 9.00am - 12.30pm
Wallan Antenatal Clinic
The Wallan ante-natal clinic has been moved to Kilmore on Friday's during COVID-19.
Seymour Antenatal Clinic
Weekly Antenatal Clinics are held at:
“Our Place Seymour” Seymour College, Stewart Street, Seymour VIC.
(Located on the same site as the Seymour Primary School)
Clinics run on Thursdays between 9:00am and 1:00pm.
Maternity Services Brochure
For further information about maternity services at our hospital, please download the brochure.
COVID-19 Maternity visiting hours
When you move to the postnatal ward with your baby, your birth partner can transfer with you and stay with you for the remainder of that day.
Please be aware, due to space limitations in some areas/rooms, your birth partner may be asked by ward staff to step out of your room or in the case of a shared patient room, may be asked to leave. This is to ensure physical distancing can be maintained and to keep other women and babies in our hospital as well as our staff, safe.
When your birth partner comes for a subsequent visit, they can stay for up to 2 hours per day on the ward. Again, there may be times when your birth partner may be asked by ward staff to step out of your room or in some cases, they may be asked to leave.
Other than your birth partner, no other visitors are allowed on the postnatal ward.
When you are discharged from hospital, you will still receive support through our postnatal care in the home program. Some of these appointments may be done in person or over the phone.