Having a Baby in Lincolnshire?
Welcome to the Lincolnshire Maternity Services website. Don't worry if you have been directed here from another CCG website, Lincs East CCG manages this service on behalf of South, South West and West Lincolnshire CCG's.
As part of the Maternity Plan in Lincolnshire we are developing new ways of sharing information with women and their families. Our aim is to enable you to make decisions about your care supported by up-to-date relevant information.
We have launched this website which we hope will support you in making those choices and will also keep you up-to-date with the transformation plans, as well as enabling you to hear from staff involved in the services and incorporating the voice of the people using the services.
We are keen to hear your views around the content of this site and future developments.
Please return regularly as we will continue to develop the site and add additional content. This first phase concentrates on providing information for those who are pregnant. Phase 2 will offer much more information around;
- I want to become pregnant
- Antenatal Care
- Labour Care
- Postnatal Care
- Health information and advice for new-borns through to pre-school age
- I want to avoid falling pregnant
If you are pregnant or planning to be then you'll find yourself somewhere along the below timeline. Click here or on the below graphic to see the full verion of the screening prgramme from pre-conception through to newborn. Contact your midwife if you have missed any tests or screening procedures.
Better Births Implementation
About the Better Births Initiative - The RCM Better Births Initiative is working with you to promote high quality maternity care through digital resources, case studies, webinars and pilot projects for maternity care. This Initiative is led by the Royal College of Midwives and works collaboratively mainly on through themes that are important for high quality maternity care. We highlight digital resources, host webinars, disseminate case studies about developments and services, and facilitate action through pilot projects. Stay up to date with the latest Better Birth Implementations news via https://twitter.com/betterbirthlinc and https://www.facebook.com/BetterBirthsLincolnshire/