If you would like to learn more about #homebirth and explore all of the Royal Surrey County Maternity Department’s birth place options simply drop in to one of our informal forums to meet the team and families who have birthed at home. Alternatively contact the team to arrange a no obligation chat in your own home.
Waiting is the hardest part! These Doula cats stayed to support their human throughout her labour but scampered as soon as the small noisy one arrived! #HomeBirthJustHappened @RSCH_Maternity @RoyalSurrey
#homebirthjusthappened a cat on a mat with a hat totally not bovvered by the arrival of a beautiful baby girl #rockingit @RoyalSurrey @RSCH_Maternity
Wether you are expecting your first tadpole or you already have an army at home we would be delighted to help you explore your birth place options. Come along to one of our informal forums or contact the team to arrange a chat in your own home.
If you would like to learn about #HomeBirth provision at The Royal Surrey County Hospital birth simply pop along to one of our informal forums or contact the team to arrange a chat in your own home.
Life is hard for this third time Doula Dog! #HomeBirthJustHappened #continuity
This mother discovered the team later in her pregnancy but once she’d researched Homebirth she knew it was the right choice for her and her baby #HomeBirthJustHappened
#homebirth just happened baby brother waited for big brother to go to sleep then made a peaceful entrance; no cracking up tonight
I feel quite emotional writing this. it’s just over two weeks since my birth and I am quite sad that it is getting further in the past. I don’t think many mums feel this way about their birth experience!
Recently being discharged and meeting my health visitor reminded me of all the reasons I wanted a home birth, with a team that understood and respected my wishes for a calm, relaxed experience.
Each one of the Surrey Hills team was incredible. I am truly grateful for them helping me have the birth experience I wanted. Continue reading