Midwife-led care update: 9 March 2021
Covid-19 update: 21 July 2021
Downloads on Covid-19 and pregnancy
Download the Public Health Agency’s guide for women who are pregnant or breastfeeding (translations available).
Videos on Covid-19 and pregnancy
Covid-19 vaccination clinics
Walk-in Covid-19 vaccination clinics are available this week in the Whitla Hall at Queen’s University:
- Saturday 24 July, 10am to 6pm
- Sunday 25 July, 10am to 6pm
Latest visiting guidance
If you have any concerns about your baby at any stage of your pregnancy, whether you are Covid-19 positive or not, you should get advice as soon as possible by calling either:
- your midwife
- Maternity Service Helpline: 028 9615 1173
- Admission Assessment Unit: 028 9615 0596 or 028 9615 1037
Do not wait until the next day.
What we do
Our maternity services provide complete maternity care to more than 6,000 mothers each year.
We use different models of care, which allows us to support women with a low risk of complications as well as women with complex care needs and associated medical conditions.
Our care is provided in a range of locations by a multi-disciplinary team of:
- support staff
Find out about the different maternity services we deliver, both midwife-led and consultant-led care.
We will be there for you from the start of your pregnancy journey until your baby’s birth and beyond.
We have a wide range of support services available to ensure you get the help you need in any situation.
Maternity services are delivered across two sites. Find out about both facilities to help you decide.
Download helpful resources like ‘The Pregnancy Book’ and ‘Birth to Five’ to help you along the way.