If you choose to be a semi-private patient your care during the antenatal stage will be Consultant led with a multidisciplinary team including specialist registrars alongside a team of experienced midwives for all your visits. Whilst we make every effort, you may not see the same Consultant at each visit.
The Rotunda Private
As a semi-private patient of The Rotunda Private, you will enjoy the many benefits of our state-of-the-art hospital and be cared for by our team of medical professionals.
Semi-Private Maternity Care
Visits will alternate with your GP under the combined care scheme and your GP will see you for your six-week postnatal check-up unless you have been requested to attend the hospital.
For your convenience please download and complete the insurance forms prior to arriving at The Rotunda Private for your care. If you have no health insurance and you are paying for semi-private care, you must pay the charge for 2 nights’ accommodation in advance of your admission for the birth of your baby. Other fees will also be charged. For further information about the fees and for any other queries, please contact: patient accounts department by phoning 01 – 817 1763 or 817 1764. Payment of all bills is due in full, on discharge from hospital.
You will also be accommodated in a semi-private room on admission, where available*
The following is included in the price:
- Shared care package
- Consultant-led semi-private package
- Yoga, hypnobirthing and Saturday parent education classes available (at additional charge); day-time parent education classes available at no charge
- Complimentary breastfeeding classes
- All blood tests requested by your doctor
- Regular visits and telephone access to the clinic midwives. Morning voicemails will be returned by 1 pm and afternoon voicemails will be returned by 17.00 pm.
- If your query is urgent please contact the Emergency & Assessment Unit on 01 817 1700.
- All ultrasound scans requested by your doctor
- Care during labour and birth is provided by the delivery suite midwives with medical assistance from the on-call team as required
- Semi-private room in the hospital after delivery*
For more information or to book an appointment, please contact us at:
Phone: Call 01 874 0992 Now
Semi – private Fee €1100 (payable in full at booking visit)
Patient Accounts Office,
Open Monday – Friday 08.30 am – 16.30 pm
Phone: 01 817 1763 or 01 817 1764
Please confirm with your health insurance company that you hold an adequate level of cover for your treatment and accommodation. It is important to note that there is a 52-week waiting period applied by all insurers before you will be covered by them for maternity services.
If you choose to be a semi-private patient, you are liable for all costs associated with your maternity care.
It is your responsibility to check with your insurance company to ensure you are fully covered for your hospital stay in a multi-occupancy semi-private room.
If you choose to be a private or semi-private patient, you are liable for all costs associated with your maternity care at The Rotunda Private.
Unfortunately, we are unable to guarantee that you will be offered accommodation of your choice during your stay.
Click to see a number of questions for your insurer that we have prepared that may help clarify your Maternity cover. It is important that you use this guide as you will be billed personally for any outstanding costs not covered by your insurer.
Accommodation rates may increase on 1st January of each year and there is also a possible yearly increase in medical fees on the 1st July. The price charged will be applicable to the rate at time of admission.
In addition, delivery, anaesthetic, pathology and radiology consultant fees will be payable where applicable. Most policies will cover these fees but again we would advise confirming cover with your insurer.
Health insurance companies cover a three night stay or five nights for caesarean section. If it is medically necessary for you to stay longer than that should be covered, although you will need to check what accommodation would be covered by your insurer.
After the birth of your baby whatever method you choose, don’t forget that you can add your baby to your policy straight away.