Look@MyBaby is only available at our partner hospitals.
He was more than 10,000km away in a war zone, but an Australian soldier still heard his son's first precious cries of life.
Healthscope hospitals are offering a unique service that has proven especially helpful for parents of premature babies. Look@MyBaby provides secure, live video of newborns via a small camera attached to the baby’s hospital crib. The video can be instantly viewed on a mobile phone, iPad or desktop computer at any time of the day or night.
After little Matilda Murdoch was born, she had relatives from as far away as the UK cooing her. And it's all thanks to the gee, whiz, bang Look@MyBaby service at Knox Private Hospital.
"Not sure why someone has not thought of it before. Look@MyBaby is a great addition to our unit. The mums in special care really love it. In the middle of the night , from home, they can connect with their little one at a touch of the button and the separation does not seem so bad. Some..."
"If we could introduce these to every baby we could do away with visitors. Mothers would get more rest, babies would be more settled and they wouldn't have to contribute to "pass the parcel" for at least a week or so, which can only benefit the baby and mother."
"I had sooo much fun using Look@MyBaby for introducing our little Hamish to our friends and family. Everyone was addicted to the "Hamish Show' watching him 24/7. My other children and husband could go home with the knowledge that they could still be a part of the whole experience even when..."
"A friend of mine had a baby at St Vincents Hospital in Melbourne not long after the launch of Look@MyBaby at the hospital. It was fantastic to be able to see her little man live time on the screen and also to be able to leave messages for her. Well done to the Look@Mybaby team a brilliant..."
"My best friend had a baby at Jessie McPherson Hospital Melbourne in January and she was lucky enough to have a Look@MyBaby camera on her daughters cot. I t was the most amazing experience watching little Scarlet on our mobile phones from home. We could log on and look at her anytime. ..."
"Leaving our premature baby each day in the hospital caused an indescribable anxiety. Look@MyBaby was given to us for the last couple of weeks and I can't say thanks enough. Such a simple idea which will have a massive impact!"
"Thanks to Look@MyBaby we were able to see our little nephew who was born in Australia, it is an amazing technology, one I am sure that is going to grow in leaps and bounds."
"Thanks to Look@MyBaby and Jessie McPherson Hospital in Melbourne we were one of the first few to be able to see our baby girl on our mobile and our home computer screen while she was in the special care nursery for 3 weeks. Her older brother and our whole family could watch her any time of the..."
"We just wanted to say how much we loved this! Our family and friends were able to see our gorgeous little boy even though they were not able to visit us in hospital. Thanks to the Hobart Private Hospital."
"Having my husband from UK and my parents interstate - it was such a wonderful asset to our families to see Scarlet through the webcam - they loved it!!! Thanks for the opportunity to be part of Look@MyBaby - and I hope all families can have the same positive experience we did. Every hospital..."
"Thank you for giving us the chance to share Toby live with family in WA and on the East Coast of Tassie. My father-in-law said to tell you the system was the best thing since sliced cheese."
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