Maternity

 

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Self Referral

Congratulations on your pregnancy. You are more than welcome to book an appointment to discuss your pregnancy with any of our doctors or nurses. We recomend all Pregnant people take daily folic acid and we are happy to talk about your pregnancy at any time. 

You are able to self refer for your maternity care at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. They provide maternity care at two hospital sites – St Mary's Hospital and Queen Charlotte's & Chelsea Hospital. At both sites this includes midwifery-led birth centres and obstetric-led labour wards. We also offer care in the community, which includes home births.

Antenatal self-referral form

 

Chelsea & Westminster Hospital Maternity Services

We are passionate about the quality of care we provide and our woman-focused approach looks at your needs throughout each and every stage of your pregnancy. We provide maternity services at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, West Middlesex University Hospital and in the community, supporting around 12,000 women a year who give birth with us. You can choose to plan to give birth at either of our hospitals or at home.

Telephone: 020 3315 6000

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Baby Buddy App

Baby Buddy is an award winning mobile phone app for new parents and parents-to-be, created by mums, doctors and midwives.

Download from: Google Play

Download from: App Store

 

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Do you Provide Maternity Care at Grand Union Health Centre?

All our doctors provide maternity care (also called antenatal care).

2. Which Hospital shall I have my baby in?

We have lots of local hospitals that provide maternity services. Please do discuss with your GP which options you have and they will signpost you to the best available care.

3. Do I see the GP whilst I am Pregnant?

Yes the GPs see patients are various intervals (with increasing frequency towards the end) of the pregnancy

4. Do the Nurses give Pregnant Ladies Vaccines?

Absolutely our nurses give both Flu vaccines and Whooping Cough (Pertusis) vaccines to our patients.

5. Can I get Maternity Excemption Certificates and Matb1 forms from the practice?

Yes we give both of these. Please ask your GP and they can sign both of these forms for you. You can also ask admin team and they will arrange for a GP to sign it for you