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.
Community midwives have thanked the volunteers who have donated £11,000 worth of equipment to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
A Midwife is supporting the fundraising to help a terminally ill four-year-old boy make treasured memories with his family.
An Auxiliary Nurse who has helped to bring hundreds of babies into the world is retiring after 44 years.
A chance to join the journey towards excellence at one of the most innovative hospitals in the region is being offered to health professionals.
Giving birth is becoming a more relaxed experience for expectant mothers who are being given greater choice in how they deliver their babies thanks to a centre which is celebrating its six months anniversary. Continue reading Celebrating six months of Waterlily
The Midwife Led Birthing Unit at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital welcomed its 100th birth on 7 March.
Jameeleigh Boughen, 18 from Wisbech, gave birth to her daughter Rubie-Rose Short at 5.44am in the Waterlily Unit at The Trust, the 100th child to be born since it opened on 21 December. Rubie-Rose was greeted into the world by her father Daniel Short, grandmothers Fiona Horgan and Amanda Jacobs, and her aunt, Alicia Boughen, along with midwife Kayleigh Darling. Continue reading 100th Baby Joins the Waterlily Club