maternity ward n.
The department of a hospital that provides care for women during pregnancy and childbirth as well as for newborn infants.
GAZA CITY — A makeshift refugee camp around Shifa Hospital is gradually insinuating itself into the maternity ward.
Shuai spent Christmas on the maternity ward at Methodist hospital in Indianapolis.
But no place could be more emblematic of the slow, grinding destruction of life in Gaza—and of hope—than this maternity ward.
The Neonatal clinic for outpatients is relatively quiet compared to the maternity ward.
One or two patients are in the maternity ward awaiting an interesting event before the Equator can be reached.
Frank Corson got the call as he was leaving the maternity ward.
I dashed upstairs to the maternity ward, where Sara had finally consented to be moved, and slipped into her room.
It is unquestionably the lochial discharge which makes it such a difficult task to keep a maternity ward in a healthful condition.