Considering birthing your baby at home? There’s no need to visit wizards or traverse yellow brick roads. Simply pop along to one of our informal forums or contact the team to arrange a chat in your own home.
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.
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
Recent media reports have suggested that HRH Catherine Dutchess of Cambridge is considering a #HomeBirth.
If you would like to explore all of your birth place options for your own Royal (Surrey) Birth we would be delighted to meet with you 1-2-1 in your own home or at one of our informal Home Birth forums.
To arrange to meet with a member of the team compete the contact form below, email email@example.com or request a referral from your community midwife.
For further information about all of the birth place options open to the Royal Surrey County Hospital’s Maternity Unit clients (including a tour of the unit) book yourself on to one of the units Your Pregnancy Matters information evenings (Dates and contact details can be found here).
Where the mind leads the body will follow
This mother used #PositiveAffirmations to help her prepare for the birth of her baby at #Home #HomeBirthJustHappened
Members of the Surrey Hills Home Birth Team will be in attendance at the Royal Surrey County Maternity Unit’s Information Evening: Your Pregnancy Matters, on Thursday the 20th of April.
If you are pregnant or planning a pregnancy you, and your partner, are invited to discover more about the care and services Maternity department offers.
*A talk by Antenatal Education Midwife- to explore the classes on offer and the opportunity to discover the best selection of classes for you.
*Members of the Homebirth, Delivery Suite and Midwifery Led Teams available to discuss your care options.
*A talk by a Supervisor of Midwives- explanation of the role, how and when to contact, opportunity to discuss your individual pregnancy/birth plan
*A tour of the maternity unit
NO NEED TO BOOK.
Maternity Education Centre
St Catherines Ward
The Royal Surrey County Hospital
If you are unable to make this event the next one is planned for the 20th of July
For more information about the maternity unit, upcoming events and even giveaways,check out the Royal Surrey County Hospital Maternity Unit’s Facebook page here