How do I get to see a midwife?

Midwives in the UK work in hospitals and community. You can usually make an appointment to see a midwife either at your GP''s surgery or at your local hospital. Alternatively it may be possible to ask one of the community midwives to come and see you at home. There are also a number of midwives who work independent of the NHS who would be able to give you one to one care at home and deliver your baby. You would have to pay an independent midwife for her services, and the local supervisor of midwives will be able to put you in touch with one.
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