Maternity Welfare Center

The beauty of every woman starts with taking care of herself, particularly with regard to women`s health. To feel attractive and have confidence at any age, a woman should monitor her health; learn about any signs or symptoms of problems in the reproductive system.

LELEKA Maternity Welfare Center pays special attention and care to women's health, uses highly effective and painless methods of diagnosis, prevention and treatment of gynecological diseases, preserving the reproductive function of women.

LELEKA Maternity Welfare Center offers:

  • Care of high risk pregnancy
  • Women's health issues diagnosis and treatment
  • Prevention of gynecologic disorders in women

Prenatal Care at LELEKA Maternity Hospital

Prenatal care at LELEKA Maternity Hospital is a comprehensive health care for expectant mothers and their babies, professional approach and caring attitude at any stage of pregnancy.

  • Care of high risk pregnancy
  • Your individual risk calculation of chromosome abnormalities in the fetus
  • Fetal karyotyping and tests for genetic abnormalities using non-invasive and invasive techniques if an increased risk of fetal chromosomal abnormalities occurs
  • Fetal monitoring using telemetry (fetal ECG remote recording and analysis for assessing fetal cardiac function)
  • Helpful training classes at the Responsible Parenthood School
  • Consultations provided by the staff of LELEKA Department of Obstetrics and other specialists

To provide our patients with more comfort, LELEKA Maternity Hospital has developed prenatal care packages. Our programs have been developed for women between 6 and 28 weeks of pregnancy and conform to the main standards and guidelines of the Ministry of Health of Ukraine and the World Health Organization (WHO), and experience and recommendations of the world`s best fertility specialists, obstetrician-gynecologists, geneticists, psychologists.

Choosing one of the prenatal care programs, you will be under the specialist supervision throughout your entire pregnancy. At the consultation, an obstetrician-gynecologist will explain differences between the programs in detail and help to choose the optimal one taking into account your gestation period and physiological characteristics.

Your doctor sends you for examination using instrumental methods and laboratory tests, if required, to see narrowly specialized doctors; he manages your pregnancy to avoid risks during pregnancy and childbirth.

Patients, who receive their prenatal care in LELEKA Maternity Hospital, get a discount on birth services packages. For more information, see Prices section.


Prenatal Care Packages at LELEKA Maternity Hospital:

Basic Package, singleton pregnancy (after 6 weeks and until birth)

It includes all required consultations, examinations using instrumental methods and laboratory tests, call an ambulance and stay at the maternity hospital during 2 days.

Maximal Care Package, singleton pregnancy (after 6 weeks and until birth)

It includes prenatal care of women who have different types of extragenital pathology (cardiovascular, liver and kidney, endocrine, gastrointestinal diseases and others) or had complications during previous pregnancies.

Multiple Pregnancy Care Package (after 6 weeks and until birth)

Recommended for pregnant women with two or more fetuses, in addition to the mandatory examinations using instrumental methods and laboratory tests, it includes prenatal invasive diagnostic test for taking a sample of amniotic fluid for subsequent analysis, if required, consultation with a vascular surgeon, neurologist and infectious disease specialist, stay at the hospital during 5 days, and call an ambulance.

Basic Package, singleton pregnancy (after 14 weeks and until birth)

It includes required ultrasound examinations and laboratory tests, consultations with doctors, training course at the Responsible Parenthood School, and call an ambulance.

Basic Package, singleton pregnancy (after 22-29 weeks and until birth)

It has been developed for women in late pregnancy and includes the necessary clinical, diagnostic and laboratory tests and examinations, consultations with doctors, training course at the Responsible Parenthood School, and call an ambulance.