The maximum number of different midwives you're likely to see for antenatal appointments is 6 and for postnatal appointments it's 6.
You'll see the same midwives throughout your pregnancy and after your baby is born, but different midwives when you're in labour.
You'll see the same midwives throughout your pregnancy and during labour, but different midwives after your baby is born.
You'll see the same midwives throughout your pregnancy, during labour and after your baby is born.
You will have a named midwife who works as part of a small team of midwives, using a caseloading model of care. You may through the pregnancy meet more than one midwife but they will be part of your team and these will be the same staff who look after you in labour and during the postnatal period.If you are from out of area, you can of course continue to have care with midwifery services closer to your home address but you can be still book to have your baby at our birthing centres.