How much does it cost to give birth in the Lindo Wing?

How much does it cost to give birth in the Lindo Wing?

To secure a booking, the wing requires a deposit of £7,075 for a “normal” delivery (non-instrumental) and £9,785 for a caesarean section. There is also a 10 per cent discount on the standard delivery package available for mothers who have previously given birth at the wing.

Which hospital is the Lindo Wing in?

St Mary’s
Today the Lindo Wing provides world-class consultant-led care among first-class facilities attached to St Mary’s, one of the leading hospitals in the country.

How much does it cost to give birth privately in London?

Having private care during labour from a private midwife costs anywhere between £2,000 and £5,000. Most independent midwives are happy to accept payment in instalments or flexible payment plans, and in some special circumstances they may consider caring for women for a reduced fee.

Why is it called the Lindo Wing?

The Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s was named after hospital board member Frank Charles Lindo, according to Newsweek. The hospital itself was founded in 1845, but it wasn’t until the businessman made a generous donation to the hospital that the wing got its current name.

Where do royals deliver their babies?

Since the reign of Queen Victoria, it was the norm for royal babies to be delivered at home. Queen Elizabeth delivered all four of her children at Buckingham Palace, thanks to a team of medical staff and a makeshift maternity ward.

Do you have to pay to give birth in the Lindo Wing?

Now you’re probably wondering what does it all cost. Well, you pay the doctor a set fee, ours had a package, which I imagine is the case with most, and then there’s a separate fee for the hospital. If you need to stay additional nights, you will be paying by the night.

Can you have a baby privately in the UK?

Private care is available, and most private maternity services are in London and South East of England. When you find out you’re expecting, the first point of call is to visit a General Practitioner (GP). You can register with a GP at your local doctor’s surgery.

What does St Mary’s hospital Specialise in?

It serves as the major acute centre for north-west London and runs one of London’s four major trauma centres along with a 24 hour accident & emergency department. It also provides medical care, surgery, critical care, maternity, children and young people’s services, end of life care and outpatient services.

Does my Bupa cover pregnancy?

Maternity. You can rely on us to provide maternity cover for the most important part of your life – your children. Helping to give you peace of mind that they will get the care they need, when they need it. A waiting period applies to this benefit, details can be found in the Plan Guide.

Can you choose which hospital to give birth in UK?

Your midwife can help you decide which hospital feels right for you. If there’s more than one hospital in your area, you can choose which one to go to. Find out more about the care provided in each so you can decide which will suit you best.

Who delivered Kates babies?

The Duchess called on the same two doctors for all three of her births: surgeon gynaecologist to the Queen, Alan Farthing, and the surgeon gynaecologist to the royal household, Guy Thorpe-Beeston.

Where do the Royals give birth?

Like Prince George and Princess Charlotte, the baby was born at the Lindo Wing at St. Mary’s Hospital in London. After a visit from his older siblings, the newborn left the hospital just hours after he was born to return to Kensington Palace.

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