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Call a Midwife service

The Call a Midwife service is changing and will now provide a 24/7 telephone triage line for anyone over 16 weeks pregnant with urgent maternity concerns. This means that you’ll get a fast response to any maternity concerns that need immediate midwifery advice and a plan for further assessment if that’s what you need.

Call a Midwife (0300 123 5473) is available for anyone who is booked with Epsom & St Helier, Ashford & St. Peter’s, and Royal Surrey Hospitals, who:

  • is over 16 weeks pregnant or has recently given birth
  • has not been discharged by their community midwife
  • has an urgent maternity or newborn related concern that needs immediate midwifery advice.

If you have any non-urgent maternity concerns, please contact your community midwife. Call a Midwife does not have the ability to change appointments, issue test results or give out maternity exemption forms.

If you are under 16 weeks pregnant, you may access urgent early pregnancy care through self-referral to early pregnancy services, via your GP, or through NHS 111.

If you have any non-maternity health concerns, please contact your GP, NHS 111, your local pharmacy. For life threatening emergencies call 999 or attend your nearest emergency department.

 

Choosing the right help for you and your baby

The above information is also available on the Surrey Heartlands website.

 

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