Get in touch

When it comes to your maternity care, you are the expert – so we want to hear from you.

There are lots of opportunities to help shape maternity services across the two counties and we want to make it as easy as possible for you to have your voice heard.

You can contact Herefordshire and Worcestershire LMS by calling Project Support Officer Lynn Miles-Price on 01905 763333 ext 39955, or you can email lynn.miles-price@nhs.net

You can also Tweet us @BirtHWaysNHS

We also have two friendly and active Maternity Voices Partnerships who meet quarterly and have a direct input into our Maternity Transformation Strategy. Their contact details are below.

Urgent advice and assessment

The triage services based at Hereford County Hospital and Worcestershire Royal Hospital provide emergency help and support. If something is not quite right and you want to speak to someone straight away please get in touch ⇒

 

Hereford County Hospital Triage:

07990 986517

 

Worcestershire Royal Hospital Triage: 

01905 733196

Get involved

Herefordshire Maternity Voices Partnership:

Email herefordshiremv@outlook.com  or visit them on Facebook

Worcestershire Maternity Voices Partnership: 

Email worcestershire.mv@outlook.com

Visit them on Facebook or Twitter

Contact Shirley Jones on 01527 454089 or text 0744578509

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Coronavirus Information

For the latest information on measures put in place across maternity services in Herefordshire and Worcestershire, please contact your midwife or visit the relevant website for updates:

Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust (perinatal mental health services)

Wye Valley NHS Trust

 

Keep up-to-date with all the latest coronavirus pregnancy and birth advice at www.nhs.uk/pregnancy-and-coronavirus, which also has links to helpful resources including a range of topical videos and  leaflets and an animation.
Alternatively contact NHS111 or in an emergency dial 999.