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What to do in an urgent or emergent situation

​For help after hours call Maternal Triage at 306-655-1995, your doctor, your midwife or 911 (please note there is a cost for ambulance charges)

 

If you are experiencing any of the following symptoms please go directly to Royal University Hospital Maternal Triage located on the 4th floor of the 1955 building.  Short term (60 minute) parking is avaliable directly in front of the building:

  • You have bright red bleeding
  • You feel you are in an emergency situation
  • You feel like the baby is not moving very much  - less than 6 times in 2 hours
  • You feel like your "water" has broken or is leaking

 

Last Modified: Wednesday, January 17, 2018 |
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