All the latest news from maternity services across Herefordshire and Worcestershire can be found here. If you require any further information please get in touch.
The latest edition of the Birthways Newsletter is out now, featuring the successful bid for £337,000 to improve pelvic health, a welcome to our new Chair, and how to access virtual maternity tours from the comfort of your own home ... plus much more!
We are delighted to welcome Dr Louise Bramble as the new Chair of the Herefordshire and Worcestershire Local Maternity and Neonatal System Board.
Members of Herefordshire and Worcestershire Local Maternity and Neonatal System (LMNS) said a huge thank you and a sad farewell to Chair Christobel Hargraves at their Board meeting today, prior to her stepping down from the role at the end of the month.
As a pregnant woman from a Black, Asian or minority ethnic (BAME) background, you may feel worried about coronavirus. Your local maternity team is still here to help you, so contact them as you would normally. They will be working together with you and providing you with extra support during this unprecedented time.
Pregnant women with Type 1 diabetes across Herefordshire and Worcestershire can now benefit from a free monitor from the NHS to enable them to measure their glucose levels continually.
The latest edition of the Birthways Newsletter is out now. Featuring Digital Safety Huddles, Continuity of Carer teams, Preterm Prediction Clinics and more!
An NHS service which supports pregnant women and new mothers in Worcestershire is one of the few in the country to be awarded national accreditation from the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
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Active Herefordshire and Worcestershire are carrying out a survey to assess the thoughts and perceptions pregnant women have around physical activity.
Active Herefordshire and Worcestershire is stepping up to meet the needs of our females and bridge the gap in free provision for teenage girls, pregnant women, new mums and older ladies by transforming their 'This Girl Can' campaign.