They are so understaffed and under resourced that several times during the labour staff would come in and say "are you finished with that machine yet"? It happened constantly.
The hospital is in some kind of black hole void when it comes to phone reception.
Forget posting your new baby pics on social media or even calling your friends to given them the good news, because you might as well be in the simpson desert.
You might say that this isn't the fault of the hospital, but the fact that they refuse to share any of their wi fi passwords with staff just shows that they don't really care. Such a simple service could make a huge difference to the mums who are recovering from what is in some cases a very traumatic experience.
And want to watch TV? That'll be $10 a day. So the epidural is free but if you want to watch reruns of Seinfeld, that costs money.
The clincher and the thing that ruined the stay for me was the rude person on reception. That person is someone who obviously hates the job and treats people like dirt, without an ounce of common courtesy.
Most of the staff here are fantastic, and would probably agree with this review.