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Introduction for Health Information Fact Sheets
To support your conversations with your doctor, midwife or nurse we have health information fact sheets in the most commonly used languages at Westmead Hospital. These fact sheets have been formally translated and reviewed to ensure they make sense in your language. As part of our commitment to the people of WSLHD we will continue to develop translated health information fact sheets to support your health care with us.
When you come to hospital we have translated health information to assist you with the hospital routines and care. On admission please ask the staff to provide you with translated health information related to your needs.
If we do not have the information you need N.S.W. Health provides translated health information on a wide range of health matters. To view these resources see N.S.W. Health Multicultural Resources
The NSW Health official guide to pregnancy and childbirth 'Having a Baby' - Traditional Chinese language version (Last updated 25 September 2015)
Pregnancy: Your Baby's Movements and What They mean - Traditional Chinese language version (This information is provided by the Australian & New Zealand Stillbirth Alliance)
The breastfeeding book - Traditional Chinese language version
Pain management in labour - Traditional Chinese language version
Positions for labour - Traditional Chinese language version
Signs of a well baby - Traditional Chinese language version
What to bring to hospital - Traditional Chinese language version
Hepatitis B and pregnancy - Traditional Chinese language version
Having a baby by C section - Traditional Chinese language version
Perineum care - Traditional Chinese language version
Your next birth after Caesarean section
Tests to protect your baby
This audio file details routine information about the birthing process as well as the practices, procedures and care options for Childbirth in Australia
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This audio information is for guidance only and does not replace consultation and advice by your health care provider.