How many birth partners can I have Southmead Hospital?

two birthing partners
We support your partners involvement at all times, and value their presence. You can have two birthing partners with you if you choose although only one partner is permitted into theatre or recovery. We do not have waiting space for other visitors.

How many babies are born at Southmead Hospital?

6,000 babies
More than 6,000 babies are born with the service a year and their dedicated midwives, doctors, maternity/healthcare assistants and support staff are committed to giving personalised care of the highest standard. Clips accompanying the two series filmed at Southmead Hospital can still be viewed on the Channel 4 website.

Where can I give birth in Bristol?

Local choices include:

  • home birth.
  • midwife-led birth centres providing a comfortable environment with birth pools at Cossham Hospital, Southmead Hospital, St Michael’s Hospital and Ashcombe Birth Centre (Weston General Hospital)

Are partners allowed to scans 2021?

Scans and antenatal appointments (before the birth) Women and people can now be accompanied by one nominated partner for all scans and antenatal appointments at any of our hospitals.

What series of One Born Every Minute is in Liverpool?

The fly-on-the-wall series filmed in the maternity unit at Liverpool Women’s Hospital. After being born herself at this hospital, Kirsty returns to have a baby of her own.

What trust is Southmead Hospital?

North Bristol NHS Trust
North Bristol NHS Trust | North Bristol NHS Trust.

What is Ward 31b at Southmead Hospital?

On arrival to the Acute Medical Unit (AMU) nearly all patients will undergo a triage assessment in Gate 31b while some patients will go straight to Gate 31a (Ambulatory Emergency Care) which is a seated assessment area. After triage by an Acute Medicine nurse you will have a primary assessment by a doctor.

Is there parking at St Michael’s Hospital Bristol?

Parking: St Michael’s Hospital is at the top of St Michael’s Hill in Bristol, not far from the city centre. There is some patient parking available opposite the main entrance to the hospital or in a new underground car park under the hospital.

How many months do you get full maternity pay NHS?

You are entitled to 52 weeks’ maternity leave, irrespective of the length of your continuous service. This is made up of 26 weeks’ Ordinary Maternity Leave, followed by 26 weeks’ Additional Maternity Leave.