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You will come to the Birthing Centre to have your baby if you are being induced, or in labour, or if you are booked for a Caesarean birth. You are welcome to have any support people you want with you during your labour. Please discuss your plans with your caregivers during pregnancy
Once in the Birthing Centre, you will go to the assessment/ triage area and a nurse will meet with you/your family.
You should call or come to the Assessment/Triage Area:
You, together with your health care team will decide if you need to be admitted to the hospital. Many women go home from the assessment/triage area. If you do go home, the next time you come to the hospital you still need to check into the Assessment Area before you are fully admitted to the Birthing Area.
These symptoms may appear at any time during your pregnancy. If you have any of these, report them to your doctor or midwife no matter what stage of your pregnancy you are in.