Gertrude's Children Hospital is a 24 Hour hospital fully equipped with Seven Wards which patients are admitted into. Jean Ward ( Executive Ward )
Single self-contained rooms with an en-suite bathroom for each room. The room has a cot for the patient. A bed for the parent (included in the price of stay). Children of any age admitted. The parent's meals are to be paid for separately.

Executive ward, facilities include:

 

  • 1. Child's cot/bed with all bed head services e.g. Oxygen, suction and nurse call with each bed.

 

  • 2. En-suite bathroom including baby's toilet seat and bath tub.

 

  • 3. Mother's bed and facilities (including tea and coffee making facilities, occasional chair, reading desk, large wardrobe and hand basin complete with soap dispenser and hand towels.

 

  • 4. A la carte menu and satellite TV is available.

 

  • 5. Drinking water dispenser.

 

Note: Mothers meals are charged separately (a la carte menu available).

Edna Ward ( New born baby ward )

Caters mainly for newborns and very small children. This ward has a cot or incubator in a private room, a bed for the parent and a wash basin. Parents will pay for their own meals separately. There is a TV/rest room at the entrance to the ward. 

Felicity Ward ( 5 - 18 Month Infant ward )

This ward normally caters for infants and toddlers. This ward has private rooms containing a cot for the baby, a bed for the parent and a wash basin. Parents will pay for their own meals separately. 


Surgical ward

Normally for surgical and other related cases. This ward has private rooms with a cot for the child, a bed for the parent and a wash basin. The parent will have to pay for her own meals separately. It has also TV in each rooms.

Jacaranda Ward ( Surgical ward )

Normally for surgical and other related cases. This ward has private rooms with a cot for the child, a bed for the parent and a wash basin. The parent will have to pay for her own meals separately. There is a small reception area with a TV for recreation.

George Drew Ward ( Surgical ward )

Normally for surgical and other related cases. This ward is a semi open ward with professionally partitioned rooms with a cot for the child, a very comfortable couch for the parent.. The parent will have to pay for her own meals separately.


Susan Ward ( Open ward )

This is an open ward normally for older children. There is one isolation room. The parents do not need to be resident in this ward, so no facilities for parents are available in this ward. This ward caters for self-paying parents.