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Congratulations on your pregnancy! This is the start of a really exciting time for you and your family and we want to support you as much as we can
Please make sure you are taking your pregnancy vitamins. If you are not taking these, please start taking them today. These are mainly Folic Acid and Vitamin D supplements which are very important for the baby and your health in pregnancy. Click here for more information
The NHS Website has excellent information on pregnancy.
You need to refer yourself directly to the hospital of your choice to arrange your NHS pregnancy care (also known as Antenatal Care). Please use the E-referral Form links below to refer yourself. Please visit the websites and links of each hospital (found below) for more information to help you make a decision.
Once the referral is made the hospital will contact you for your first antenatal appointment with the midwife after receiving your referral. This usually occurs when you’re ten weeks pregnant.
Barnet Hospital –E-referral Form
Barnet Birth Centre is situated on the first floor of the maternity building at Barnet Hospital and offers a range of modern facilities for women and their families. If complications occur in your labour or you require an epidural for pain relief, you will be transferred to our consultant-led labour ward on the floor below.
Appointments: 020 8375 1254
Website: Barnet Birth Centre
Edgware Hospital – E-referral Form
The Edgware Birth Centre is standalone centre located within Edgware Community Hospital. All women planning to give birth at Edgware Birth Centre will be cared for by a dedicated team of midwives who will care for you throughout your pregnancy, labour and after your baby is born.There are no obstetricians on site and should complications arise during labour you would be transferred to our nearest hospital by ambulance.
Edgware Birth Centre
Edgware Community Hospital
Burnt Oak Broadway
Appointments: 0203 758 2434 Monday to Friday 9am-5pm
Website: Edgware Birth Centre
Leaflet: Click Here
Royal Free Hospital – E-referral Form
The Heath Birth Centre is situated on the 5th floor of the Royal Free Hospital. If complications occur in your labour or you require an epidural for pain relief, you will be transferred to our adjacent consultant-led labour ward.
Switchboard: 020 7794 0500 Antenatal appointments: Ext 36169
Wesbite: Heath Birth Centre
Northwick Park Hospital E-referral Form
We help over 4,000 mums give birth each year from our midwifery-led birthing unit and consultant-led labour wards at Northwick Park Hospital. We also care for you before and after your birth in our hospital and community clinics.
Appointments: 020 8869 5252
Website: Click Here
At your first appointment and towards the end of your pregnancy the midwife will discuss where you would like to have your baby. There are three birth settings that you may be able to choose from, depending on your individual circumstance and the progress of your pregnancy. These are:
Tel: 01923 244366
Website: Click Here