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World Citi Med Opens New Maternity Wing

September 2017

By: Erica Yu Bonifacio

Maternity Launching

World Citi Med Opens New Maternity Wing

Whether you are feeling a bit emotional at the realization that this fascinating journey is almost over, the fact is, it's only starting. There's still lots to think about and to prepare even if you're still on your first trimester.

Since every expectant mama wants to have only the best care for both herself and the baby, giving birth definitely requires a master plan. You have to research ahead of time to provide a list of things like which hospital provides the best services, the cost, the fees. Every single detail is important since no two birth scenes are the same. Believe me, you need to have a plan.

There were things I wish I knew before childbirth. The ideal birth scene in my head would be the husband to witness the most intimate details (and the horror) of labor and delivery. For him to be able to cut the cord and all. For others, the whole process is with the family and people they love getting an all-access pass to the delivery room. I didn't do research. The hospital didn't allow my husband to help ease labor pains and see me in my most awkward moment.

Good thing I was invited by Mommy Bloggers Philippines to witness an important milestone of World Citi Med as they become bigger and better with their opening of their newest Maternity Wing.

I'm really loving this age and time, as searching and sharing knowledge is no longer a challenge. No longer a task for my very pregnant friends finding the perfect facility as World Citi Med already has the complete, up-to-date, high quality environment to help each woman feel emotionally and psychologically prepared to make a decision during her maternity season and be confident about the whole experience.

No added charges for these great improvements, FYI.

World Citi Med is here to support you and your child every step of your exciting journey to motherhood.

And what's great about World Cit Med is that they encourage breastfeeding and limit baby formula use.

They provide not only hotel-like rooms, but a charming area to initiate breastfeeding after birth, given that the health of both the mother and the baby are A-OK.

Here are more reasons why World Citi Med has the best Pre-Natal Package selections:

  • Free mother‘s book for your pre-natal checkups
  • Free privilege card that you can use at World Citi Med and
  • Free Mothers Class on pre-natal and post-natal care, breastfeeding, and family planning.
  • Free access to pre-natal education resources

And with every Pre-Natal Package, you can also avail of discounts for ultrasound of 2D Precious Heartbeat and Gender Reveal, 3D Up Close and Personal Gender Reveal and 4D Face-to-Face.

Pre-Natal Package ­ Php4,600
*Routine Urinalysis
*Complete Blood Count
*Gel Method ABO Typing
*HBSAg Screening
*VDRL (RPR)
*OGCT



*Pap Smear (Histopath)
*Pelvic Ultrasound or Transvaginal Ultrasound (inclusive of reader‘s fee)
World Citi Med also customizes their Plan according to your needs and budget.

1st Trimester Pre-Natal
(Plan A ­ Php940)
Routine Urinalysis
Complete Blood Count
Papsmear

(Plan B ­ Php1,555)
Routine Urinalysis
Complete Blood Count
Papsmear
VDRL (RPR)

(Plan C ­ Php1,560)
Routine Urinalysis
Complete Blood Count
Papsmear
VDRL (RPR)
OGCT

2nd Trimester Pre-Natal ­ Php2,130
VDRL (RPR)
OGCT

3rd Trimester Pre-Natal
(Plan A ­ Php1,080)
VDRL (RPR)
OGCT

(Plan B ­ Php1,255)
VDRL (RPR)
OGCT

Routine Urinalysis

You can now achieve a stress-free pregnancy and birth.
Book your Pre-Natal check-up now at (+632) 913-8380 locals 380, 210.
You may also visit their website at www.worldcitimedicalcenter.com for more details.
Follow them on Instagram @worldcitimed and on Facebook at @WorldCitiMedicalCenter.

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