Expectant mothers will now be able to manage their own after birth pain relief under new changes at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital’s maternity department.
Birth for some expectant mothers can be a daunting experience but midwives at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital are hoping to change that with a new course.
More expectant mothers in parts of South Holland will be now able to enjoy the “satisfying and precious” experience of a home birth thanks to an extended Midwife-led service.
A quick-thinking porter has been praised for helping to deliver a baby girl outside the lifts at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A baby from Downham Market was nearly a week later than her due date for a very good reason as this helped to win the fantastic accolade of being the 500th baby born at the Midwife-led unit at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Care for new mothers and babies will be enhanced thanks to a new £71,713 training programme for midwives and doctors at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
One of the first mothers to give birth at home using a new maternity service has praised the midwives who supported her.
Life is going to be made easier for new and expectant mothers thanks to the electronic patient record system being introduced to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Expectant mothers now have greater choice in where they deliver their babies thanks to a new service which was launched earlier this week.
Expectant mothers in West Norfolk will be able to give birth in their own homes from next year.