Your health and care during pregnancy is of paramount importance; therefore as part of our antenatal care services, we would recommend some antenatal educational videos to you by visiting the NHSE Health and Care video library.
In order that we can make your first appointment for you to meet us, please complete your details below. We will then get back to you within 5 working days regarding your appointment. We aim to see you before you are 12 weeks pregnant.
The Community Midwifery teams are based at a variety of places such as GP surgeries, Health Centres, Clinics or Children’s Centres. Where you see yours will depend on where you live.
All women are provided with information relating to the screening tests offered and you will have the opportunity to discuss your screening choices with your midwife during your antenatal booking appointment. You can choose to accept or decline screening tests in pregnancy.
During pregnancy your baby’s brain is developing and growing very quickly. While you are pregnant you can help your baby’s brain to grow as you start to get to know your baby.
COVID-19 vaccines are recommended in pregnancy. Vaccination is the best way to protect against the known risks of COVID-19 in pregnancy for both women and babies.
Antenatal Assessment Unit (Quantock Assessment Unit)
Telephone: 0117 4146906
Cossham Birth Centre, Kingswood
Telephone: 0117 4145150
Southmead Maternity Reception
Telephone: 0117 4146894
Mendip Birth Centre, Southmead
Telephone: 0117 4146900
Mendip Ward, Southmead (Postnatal / NICU)
Telephone: 0117 4146901
Southmead Hospital Switchboard: 0117 9505050