The Polyclinique Saint-Roch is one of the most important clinics of the Languedoc region. This medical-surgical and obstetrical establishment, was created in 1947. There are over 3,000 births a year here and the clinic favours natural childbirth. The maternity unit has a newborn hospitalization unit, called neonatology unit type II A. It consists of 6 places in service and 4 Koala rooms where parent can stay with their baby. This unit welcomes premature newborns and / or babies with low birth weight. The Saint-Roch Polyclinic has created a “Well-Being Maternity” area overseen by the midwives and nursery assistants of the establishment. Services offered include acupuncture, nutritional advice, baby massage, baby reflexology and a workshop on how to carry your baby in a sling.
560 Avenue du Colonel André Pavelet dit Villars, 34000 Montpellier / +33 826 88 88 82 / email@example.com / www.oc-sante.fr/etablissements/polyclinique-saint-roch
I gave birth by C-section twice at Saint-Roch, as my gyne / obstetician works out of there. Easy to reach by tram (Stade Phillipides). Not so great for parking (although there is a private parking place for those coming in for treatments / having babies). Staff lovely and friendly – you can share a twin room, have a single room or have a room where daddy can stay too (right down to fridge and meals) – rooms have shower and WC as well as bath bath and changing tables. (Wendy Johnson)