4. Quality control folks
Kudos to the hospital for actually dedicating some of their nurses (or perhaps a portion of their time) to go around checking each patient’s room for general cleanliness and asking questions e.g., have they changed your bedsheets? Do you need a pillowcase for your extra pillow, etc? I still didn’t get my extra pillowcase in the end, but knowing that the hospital is making some effort to pay attention to the details is simply reassuring.
5. Baby care and breastfeeding class
Thomson offers a one-hour class everyday for new mums to learn how to bathe and breastfeed their newborns. Though I’m a second-timer, I still picked up some useful tips.
What I didn’t quite like
The reception staff serving us during registration was rather grouchy; also when we checked out, we had to wait a long time before we got our bill. After waiting for what seemed like forever, the angry hubby went downstairs and found the bill sitting at the front desk.
But oh well, hopefully that was just a one-off bad-day kinda incident. All in all, I still had a pretty good experience.
This article and pictures were contributed by June Yong, writer behind Mama Wear Papa Shirt. She is passionate about building strong families, and encouraging other young mothers to fulfill their dreams.
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