We are pleased you have decided to give birth at our hospital.
The focus of our care is to recognize your expectations and promote an excellent birth experience for you and your family. We encourage you to take an active role in your care. As a new parent eagerly awaiting the arrival of your new baby, you may find there is a lot to learn and remember. We invite you to discuss your care with us and any questions you may have.
William Osler Health System protects and promotes breastfeeding as the normal and healthy way to feed babies. Our nurses are trained in assisting mothers to breastfeed and we offer a breastfeeding class daily run by a lactation consultant. You can also access breastfeeding help after you go home with your baby from your local public health unit and our hospital’s outpatient breastfeeding clinic.
On June 23, 2019, at 8 a.m., the Birthing Unit (previously called Labour & Delivery Unit), Women’s & Children’s Clinic (previously called Marjorie Tebb Maternal Clinic) and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Etobicoke General Hospital will move to the new patient tower. If you are expecting to have your baby at Etobicoke General Hospital near or after June 23, 2019 please see more information here.