If you have any questions or worries during your pregnancy, you can speak to a midwife or team members at your maternity unit on the following helplines:
|Maternity unit||Maternity helpline number||Hours of service|
|The Royal London||0203 594 6979 / 6980||9am – 6pm7 days a week|
|Newham University Hospital||0208 090 9999||10am – 6pm7 days a week|
|Whipps Cross Hospital|| |
Information coming soon
|Homerton University Hospital||0208510 5955||10am – 6pm7 days a week|
|Queen’s Hospital||01708 503 742||24 hours a day7 days a week|
Antenatal and post-natal advice
Antenatal – before you have your baby
- Taking care of yourself whilst pregnant is really important. You can visit the NHS website to read about the scans, test and antenatal care you can have when pregnant.
- There are sections on antenatal appointments, your 12 and 20 weeks scans and the different screening tests you can have.
Postnatal – after you have your baby
- You will have support from your midwife and health visitor after your baby is born. You can visit the NHS website to read about the NHS services for new parents, including: registering your baby with a GP, how your health visitor can help, child health clinics, Sure Start children’s centres and family information services