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Welcome to George Eliot Hospital Maternity Services

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We are passionate about providing high quality care to ensure that women, birthing partners and their families receive a positive antenatal, birth and postnatal experience

Contact us

Maternity Assessment Unit:
024 7686 5246 
Delivery Suite: 024 7686 5090
Antenatal Clinic: 024 7686 5049
Maternity Ultrasound Scans
024 76 15 3032
Drayton Ward: 024 7686 5053
Special Care Baby Unit:
024 7686 5258
Community Midwives:024 7686 5022
Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit
02476 86 5570

Maternity Email address
feedback@geh.nhs.uk 

Facebook  @GEHMaternity/  
Twitter @GEHNHSnews

Maternity Visiting Restrictions


Consenting to Treatment

Maternity Voices Partnership (geh.nhs.uk)

Local Neonatal and Maternity System partnership

Opening Hours

Delivery Suite: open 24/7 – Visiting 24/7 One named birth partner and one essential additional visitor will be permitted for those in labour. Children will not be permitted on to delivery suite. 

Drayton Ward: open 24/7 

Partners are permitted between 8.00am - 20.00. 

One additional visitor may visit between 14.00 - 16.00pm. 

Brothers and sisters of the new baby are welcome between 14:00- 16:00. They should remain at the bed space and be supervised by an appropriate adult at all times

Maternity Assessment Unit: 8am – 8pm, however phone number is 24/7 and is diverted to Labour ward overnight. Also open over Christmas and New Year Bank Holidays. See video here. Out of hours visits to Maternity Assessment Unit are treated on the delivery suite and women may be accompanied by one person.

ANC: 9am – 4.30pm

Scan 8am – 4pm

What's new in Maternity

What's new in Maternity Services  


 

News story

 

Urgent Safety Alert issued for baby self-feeding pillows

 

 

 

 

 

Self-feeding pillows/prop feeders present a risk of serious harm or death from choking or aspiration pneumonia.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CQC Rating Good - 26 February 2019
Read our report here

IMPORTANT NEWS ITEM FROM GOV.UK - 30th November 2022

Urgent Safety Alert issued for baby self-feeding pillow

Self-feeding pillows/prop feeders present a risk of serious harm or death from choking or aspiration pneumonia.

Why you should choose George Eliot Hospital to have your baby

Watch our short videoWhy you should choose George Eliot Hospital Maternity Services to have your baby?
Filmed January 2020

Keeping Newborn Babies Warm Video for parents

Why having your flu vaccination is important for pregnant women

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Watch our short video and find out why having your flu vaccination when pregnant is so important for women. Further information can be found on our website. Flu vaccinations for pregnant women