A longer stay. More time to bond.

You don't have to rush the special times with private maternity services at St John of God Murdoch Hospital.

From dream to birth and beyond – we’re with you.

When you choose St John of God Murdoch Hospital, you are choosing the option to have your partner stay with you overnight, a longer hospital stay, your own obstetrician, and access to breastfeeding and mental health support with us. Our maternity ward, called St Mary’s Ward, gives you access to the support and care of our midwives, nurses and experienced caregivers in our modern hospital, right in the heart of Perth’s southern suburbs

Find out more by sending a maternity enquiry or viewing the virtual tour.

The team made me feel welcome from the second I stepped inside.

Perth mum Rebecca Marsh shares her experience at St John of God Murdoch Hospital Watch now

Room service

Our new room service is now available to our maternity patients and partner or support person when staying overnight in the maternity ward. We are the first hospital in WA to introduce an all-day, on-demand food service and best of all, its all included in your hospital fee.

Our support for you and your family

The care you receive from your obstetrician and our midwives and nurses supports you through your pregnancy, birth and into the early days of parenthood including with breastfeeding and mental health.

Our obstetricians

Our obstetricians choose to provide their care at St John of God Murdoch Hospital because they know you and your baby will receive exceptional care throughout your pregnancy, in hospital and beyond.

What you need to know

Find out more about your maternity journey, from the first, second and third trimester, birth, breastfeeding, and beyond. Not yet pregnant? Don’t worry, we have all the information you need too.

Ask us more about our maternity services

Thinking of starting and expanding your family? Or have you just found out you are pregnant?
Ask us about our maternity services, or let us know if you are keen to attend a maternity ward tour, and one of our maternity caregivers will be back in touch.
Please note: Tours may be affected by the latest COVID-19 state safety restrictions.

One of our caregivers will contact you during business hours.