What It Can Cost
Having a baby in Shanghai is expensive, particularly if you aren't fully covered by international maternity insurance. Information is key to knowing where you can go to to maximise the budget you do have available for prenatal and delivery care in Shanghai. For example, your situation and budget will affect whether it makes more sense for you to purchase a prenatal package at a local or international hospital, or do you all your prenatal care through individual appointments and tests. The choice is yours!
Use these three tables to determine where you best go both for antenatal care and giving birth in Shanghai:
This information was provided by Expatmedicare. Expatmedicare is a fully independent intermediary that specializes in advising expatriates on their international health insurance. They provide free health and medical insurance advice. Their comprehensive service ranges from helping clients review current coverage, determine requirements, to market research, evaluation, analysis and recommendation, application process and claim management.