If you are more than six weeks pregnant you can now book your maternity care directly with Ashford and St Peter’s maternity services by completing our Maternity Self Referral Form.
We want you to enjoy your pregnancy and feel prepared to become a parent. Amongst the huge number of pregnancy resources available we recommend some to get you started.
Early Pregnancy Unit
You may been advised to attend our Early Pregnancy Unit (EPU) because there is a possibility a problem may have arisen during the early stages of your pregnancy.
In January 2023, Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust were visited by the CQC (Care Quality Commission), who carried out an unannounced focused inspection at St Peter’s Hospital as part of the national maternity inspection programme.
Join the Team
We support just over 3000 births a year and care for families with a variety of needs. We have several continuity teams established including the Complex Care and Geographical team to meet the individual needs of women and their families. Visit our website to find out more about Maternity careers.
The Tommy's App
We would like to share some information with you about the Tommy’s App, a decision tool we hope to be using throughout your maternity care.
Changes to booking your maternity care at Ashford and St Peter’s
From Monday 8 January 2024, you will be able to book your maternity care directly with our service at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (ASPH) using our new self-referral form.
The new form will make it easier to book your maternity care if you are more than 6 weeks pregnant and will be more secure, as it is integrated with our maternity electronic patient record system, Badgernet.
If you have any questions regarding the referral process, please contact the maternity bookings team via