Mělník Maternity Hospital porodnice Mělník

Welcome to the website of the Mělník Maternity Hospital!


Interested in what's new with us? Last year we opened a new, fifth floor of the maternity ward. Expectant mothers can now use a total of 19 superior rooms, including 5 family rooms with a double bed. The new rooms will provide you with even more comfort and privacy. Of course, it is possible to stay, at all times, together with a partner in all superior rooms. You will feel at home with us, especially with the facilities of the Obstetrics and Neonatology Department. On the third floor you will find beautiful modernized and spacious suite-type delivery rooms with a relaxation area and new equipment, which is different for each delivery room. For example, there is a multitrack relaxation aid or a relaxation bath. The comfort of the environment and the wonderful, friendly staff are always there for you. For more news, follow us at FB Porodnice Mělník on Facebook or Instagram #porodnicemehosrdce.

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Registration information

You can register for childbirth from the 33rd week of pregnancy in our registration clinic, where the obstetric documentation will be drawn up.

After that, depending on the agreement with your outpatient gynecologist, you can attend our pregnancy clinic until delivery or come to the maternity ward reception for delivery or recommended hospitalization.

It is always necessary to make an appointment for the first visit by phone at 315 639 370. The registration ambulance is located on the ground floor of Building T.

You can also register electronically from week 14 at:  lucie.horakova@mediterra.cz

We are very grateful that you have chosen our maternity ward. We look forward to seeing you and your baby.

And how does registration at the Mělník Maternity Hospital work?

On the first visit we start with an ultrasound examination (the ultrasound clinic is located next to the Registration Clinic)

You will then be greeted by a midwife and a doctor directly in the registration clinic.

What to bring with you:

  • pregnancy card (always carry it with you everywhere)
  • a urine sample
  • health insurance card
  • ID card - ideally bring a copy of your ID card and your spouse's ID card
  • marriage certificate - again, ideally a copy
  • for unmarried parents - declaration of paternity
  • report from the first prenatal screening (performed at 12-14 weeks of pregnancy)
  • reports from specialist doctors, if you have any
  • a request form from your gynecologist
  • the name of the pediatrician you will subsequently see with your baby, if you already have an appointment

Foreign mothers

  • passport
  • residence permit/visa
  • translation of the marriage certificate into Czech
  • proof of insurance

Blood pressure is measured, you are weighed, swelling of the limbs is checked, if you are a mother after the 37th week of pregnancy a CTG is recorded - about 15-20 minutes

We enter your information into the computer and review your informed consent for subsequent admission for delivery

We also consult with the doctor, examine the patient and arrange a possible follow-up visit.

Birth without registration?

It is certainly possible - if you have the forms above ready, you can come to the birth even without a specific visit to the registration clinic, it is no problem

Registration advice is here for you

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - counselling for mothers with a physiological course of pregnancy, unencumbered by the health complications of expectant mothers

Wednesday - Risk counseling - for mothers with health complications, chronic illness, after cesarean section, expecting twins, the reason may be the position of the fetus


  • maternity card
  • ID card or other proof of identity
  • insurance card or European insurance document
  • mothers (non-EU insured) who are insured in the Czech Republic with commercial insurance companies please bring a declaration of payment for the care of the newborn
  • the name and address of the pediatrician with whom the baby will be registered


  • medications you take regularly
  • basic toiletries, 2 to 3 towels, maternity pads
  • nightgowns - min. 2 to 3 pcs, a hospital gown, dressing gown, panties - preferably disposable mesh
  • 2x maternity bra and insertable absorbent pads
  • washable slippers
  • still water, grape sugar

For baby

  • baby paper diapers (5 to 8 diapers per day). You will receive 15 diapers per stay from the neonatology department
  • baby comb (toothbrush)
  • cosmetics and clothes are available at the department


We allow placenta delivery. More information, dear mothers, can be found in the attached protocol.


Number of beds: 23
ICU beds: 5

Number of births:

  • 2009: 677 births
  • 2010: 619 births (reconstruction of delivery rooms)
  • 2011: 835 births
  • 2012: 1,115 births
  • 2013: 1,333 births
  • 2014: 1,270 births
  • 2015: 1,256 births
  • 2016: 1,020 births
  • 2017: 1,154 births
  • 2018: 1,284 births
  • 2019: 1,114 births
  • 2020: 1,337 births
  • 2021: 1,338 births
  • 2022: 1,198 births
  • 2023: 1,147 births


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