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Community Midwives

The Community Midwifery Team will care for patients during pregnancy and following the birth of your baby. They are based at Warrington Hospital but offer ante-natal care to patients each Monday and Tuesday at the practice.
The midwife will aim to see ante-natal patients around 10-12 weeks into a pregnancy. At the first appointment (Booking In) you will have the opportunity to talk and plan the type of care that you want for the pregnancy and birth, with the Midwife. Further appointments are then made at regular intervals for you to be seen in the surgery by the Midwife if your care is "Midwifery Led Care" or appointments are made with the hospital clinic and the practice clinic if you are under "Shared Care" or "Consultant Care".
If you have any questions/concerns please contact the community midwives office on 01925 662092. If the answer phone is on, please leave a clear message with your name and telephone number for us to return your call.
Other useful numbers are:

  • Urgent Advice / In Labour (Delivery Suite) - 662334 / 662059
  • Ante natal Clinic - 662260
  • Ante natal Day Unit - 275200

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Health Visitors

The health visitors team are now based at Meadowside. They do offer baby clinics (Thursday mornings 09:30 - 11:30 - drop-in facility) and child health development sessions (Tuesdays booked by appointment) still at the Eric Moore Partnership premises.

Between them they offer a comprehensive healthcare service for children aged up to 5 years and their families. They perform child developmental checks and home visits and have a weekly walk-in session.

The health visitors can be contacted on 01925 577925.

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