If you think you may have symptoms of Coronavirus, follow the national guidance and self-isolate for seven days. We have Introduced a number of measures and changes to help delay the spread of the virus and maintain essential health services for those that will continue to need them during these unprecedented times. If you, or a member of your family has tested positive for Coronavirus, please find resources to aid your/their recovery on our Coronavirus - Supporting your recovery page.
View the latest guidance and information about our services on our Maternity Services during Coronavirus page.
We understand this is a challenging time for expectant mothers and new parents. Information and guidance is regularly changing and we will make every effort to keep women and families updated.
If you are physically well and healthy and the likelihood of you or your baby developing problems in pregnancy is low, then we recommend that you are cared for by a midwife. You can choose whether you would like to give birth at home or in hospital.
The midwife will be your first point of contact, for information and support for all your pregnancy and birthing needs.
Apart from when you have your scans at the hospital, your antenatal appointments will be held at your local GP surgery, health centre or children’s centre.
Telephone: 01773 525 085
Coleman Street Health Centre
Telephone: 01332 861 192
London Road Community Hospital
Telephone: 01332 254 714
Long Eaton Health Centre
Telephone: 01158 554 060
Swadlincote Health Centre
Telephone: 01283 818 030