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.
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.
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
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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).
This lovely family worked hard, balancing lots of information, to plan a birth that felt right for them. This excited big brother awoke to find his not so little sister had been born while he slept.
We are absolutely delighted and proud to announce that our wonderful team leader, Tanya Ashton, has been shortlisted for The British Journal of Midwifery Practice award 2017: Midwife of the Year.
“The judges have debated, scrutinised and voted on each and every entry. BJM magazine has totalled these scores and the fact that you receive this notification shows that you’re through – well done!
This is a fantastic achievement and recognises the quality and innovative nature of the work you are doing.”
Thank you all for your continued support and feedback, which was vital to the nomination entry submitted by the team. You can read the full nomination below the cut.