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Breastfeeding Workshop

This half day session is for women only around 30 - 33 weeks (preferably before 34 weeks) and is held from 9.30am-12.30pm in the Parent Education Room, Ground Floor Abbey Wing, St Peter’s Hospital.

This session is led by our infant feeding team and will aim to provide you with up to date information on breastfeeding. To book a place please contact 01932 722366.

 

 

Breastfeeding Clinics and Support

For advice and support with breastfeeding please come along to one of our clinics:

 

The Breastfeeding Cafe at YPOD
Woking, GU21 6JD
01483 757160

Mondays
10am - 12pm

The Breastfeeding Cafe at Clarendon Children’s Centre
Ashford, TW15 2HZ
01784 424759

Breastfeeding support
Monday
14.00-15.30 up until baby is 28 days old

Breastfeeding support
Thursday
12.30-14.00 for babies of any age

Snuggles and Cuddles at Sayes Court Children’s Centre,
Addlestone, KT15 1NB
01932 851502

Tuesdays
12.30pm - 2pm
(drop in)

Walton Children's Centre
Sandy Lane
Walton-on-Thames
KT12 2EQ
Tel: 01932 229313
Breastfeeding Support (Drop-ins, no appointments required)

Available Every 1st Thursdays of each month
9.45-10.45
Please call in advance before you make your journey

Maternity Numbers

Surrey Heartlands Pregnancy Advice Line
0300 123 5473

Ante-natal Clinic
01932 722389

Maternity Appointments
01932 722366

Joan Booker Ward
01932 722291

Neonatal Ward
01932 722667

Ultrasound Queries
01932 722665

Visiting Times

Joan Booker Ward (Antenatal and Postnatal)

08.00hrs-13.00hrs for partners only

13.00hrs-22.00hrs for all other visitors. No more than 3 visitors at a time.

Children under 16 cannot visit at any time unless they are the brother/sister of the new baby

 

Labour Ward Visiting Hours

Partner allowed anytime

In labour a maximum of two birthing partners.

For all other visitors - visiting times are 2-4pm, 6-8pm. Only two visitors at a time during this period.

Children under the age of 16 are not able to visit unless they are siblings.

This is to improve patient safety, reduce infection risks, maintain a lean environment and to allow families quiet time to bond with their baby.