Withybush’s 'Midwife Led Unit' renovations nearing completion

The renovation of Withybush Hospital’s Midwife Led Unit is nearing completion and is set to open on Monday (10 November).
Following the introduction of midwifery led care in August, building works have ongoing within the maternity ward to provide a modern and purpose designed facility to mums who want to deliver in a homely and relaxed atmosphere.
Catherine Cotter, Head of Midwifery and Women’s Health said: “It will be wonderful for our midwives and mums alike to start using this modern facility on Monday. It has been designed with comfort and relaxation in mind whilst providing an environment that caters for the needs of mums, partners and families.
“I’d like to pass on my personal thanks to everyone who has contributed over the past few months; many members of staff from numerous different teams have come together. I would like to recognise all who have played their part, in particular our estates and hotel services teams for their dedication and hard work, all staff working within the Midwife Led Unit and BAM Construction.”
From Monday, mums-to-be booked into give birth at Withybush’s Midwife Led Unit will have access to three birthing suites with a dedicated birthing pool room, each complete with mood lighting and en suite facilities.
On Saturday 8 November, the midwifery team are holding an open day for mums-to-be to visit the new facility. If you would like a tour of the Midwife Led Unit call in anytime between 11am and 3pm, no appointment necessary. Little ones and families are more than welcome too!


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