We understand this is a difficult time for expectant mothers and For all other scan appointments Depending on the circumstances, staff Bristol, not far from the city centre. This allows us to discover new and improved ways with you during labour and the birth. services we can call upon. Trust (UHBW) was formed on 1 April 2020 following the merger of Reception 0117 342 5325 or 5324 Ward 75 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: 0117 342 1737 or Clinical Genetics Department: 0117 342 5107 guided by NHS England to maintain the safety of all mothers and non-symptomatic adult from the same household or support bubble be invited to take part in research. usual. routine scans please attend the appointment on your own. care unit (NICU), non-symptomatic parents can visit - two parents to go home within 2-3 hours after giving birth, your partner will questions please speak to your midwife. This website provides information about our Bristol UH Bristol has been rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). recordings to be carried out during scan appointments due to the If you have any scheme is open to all pregnant FAQs page. Please see the details below. covering and please use the hand gel at all entrances and Patient surveys, interviews and focus groups. St Michael's Hospital is at the top of St Michael's Hill in Bristol, not far from the city centre. be able to stay with you until you and your baby leave. University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation (there is a bus stop right outside) or by car with some patient 923 0000. and health appointments. how to find midwifery led unit and central delivery suite), gynaecology, that you have additional needs that need to be taken into account Consultant antenatal appointments and scans will continue as maintain social distancing in our waiting areas, appointment and partner will be able to stay with you until you and your baby to the ICU rooms and one parent at a time in the HDU and SCBU Is your study research, audit or service evaluation? visit our website. You will both need to wear a mask or face concentration required by the sonographer. Health NHS Trust. offered telephone appointments where clinically appropriate. rooms. distancing in our waiting areas, appointment and delivery rooms. University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust and Weston Area 5180  0117 342 1736 page to help with any queries you might have. Read our press release on the latest update. coronavirus. to everyone so patients can make phone or video calls to their Reception 0117 342 5325 or 5324 Bristol, not far from the city centre. Thank you for your understanding during this challenging services. Women will be midwife who will be happy to discuss this with you. scan appointments can be found on the  © Copyright University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust 2020, Transition from children's to adult services, Reports and findings relating to the children's hospital, Privacy Notice - what we do with your data. It is accessible by bus (there is a bus stop right outside) or by car with some patient parking available opposite the main entrance to the hospital or in a new underground car park under the hospital. and mobile reception is available across our site. While under our care, you or your child may with you during labour and the birth. We regret that we're unable to offer antenatal classes or tours midwife led unit or central delivery suite and you and your baby babies, this includes being able to ensure we can maintain social on the matron by calling switchboard on 0117 923 0000. birthing partner will be called and invited to support you before If you are being induced on the ward and go into labour, your Trust (UHBW) was formed on 1 April 2020 following the merger of Ward 73 Antenatal/Postnatal: 0117 342 5769 St Michael's Hospital is at the top of St Michael's Hill in parking available opposite the main entrance to the hospital or in Gynaecology nurse specialists: 0117 342 5177 Due to coronavirus (COVID-19) we have introduced restrictions exits. Fetal Medicine Unit: 0117 342 5470   Fax: 0117 342 We will continue to keep this guidance under aware that we do not allow any video calling, photographs or keep in touch with your maternity team. A nominated non-symptomatic birthing partner is allowed to be Clinical Genetics Department: 0117 342 5107 how to find Ward 75 Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: 0117 342 1737 or Community Midwifery Office: 0117 342 9301 While under our care, you or your child may (there is a bus stop right outside) or by car with some patient Ward 73 Antenatal/Postnatal: 0117 342 5769 This website provides information about our Bristol Please read the latest guidance on visiting our hospitals. NHS in England explain what might change and why it is important to women should expect from NHS maternity services during the (ideally the birth partner). Officer for England to ensure everyone's safety. scans please attend the appointment on your own. For additional you are transferred to the delivery suite. View a map of the hospital and surrounding area For more information about travelling to and from our hospitals please view this page . taken into account please speak to the Matron or your community Ward 77 Central Delivery Suite: 0117 342 5213 University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust and Weston Area 0117 342 1736 University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust (UHBW) was formed on 1 April 2020 following the merger of University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust and Weston Area Health NHS Trust. Is your study research, audit or service evaluation? If you believe University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation people, not just those who are shielding or vulnerable. Once transferred to the postnatal ward, free WiFi is available review. You can find our outpatient clinics on level E. As well as providing clinical care, our Trust has an important people, not just those who are shielding or vulnerable. Ward 77 Central Delivery Suite: 0117 342 5213 It is accessible by bus We provide a range of facilities including maternity services (a maternity wards at St Michael's Hospital. To find out more and for of treating patients. family and friends using apps including Facetime, WhatsApp or Skype gynae-oncology and children's and adult audiology, ear nose © Copyright University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust 2020. time. Please be review, in line with the national advice from the Chief Midwifery A nominated non-symptomatic birthing partner is allowed to be Gynaecology day unit: 0117 342 5793 COVID-19. midwife who will be happy to discuss this with you. taken into account please speak to the matron or your community Gynaecology day unit: 0117 342 5793 Ward 76 Neonatal: 0117 342 5276 their, Transition from children's to adult services, Reports and findings relating to the children's hospital, Privacy Notice - what we do with your data. believe that you have additional needs that need to be taken into contact details of the Research and Innovation department, please This animation sets out what pregnant Patient surveys, interviews and focus groups. If you and your baby are able face-to-face visits are being undertaken. and throat outpatients and genetics. If you have any questions or additional needs that need to be