The maximum number of different midwives you're likely to see for antenatal appointments is 3 and for postnatal appointments it's 3.
You'll see the same midwives throughout your pregnancy and after your baby is born, but different midwives when you're in labour.
All women are allocated a named midwife. Midwives are split into small teams to provide antenatal and postnatal care. For women booked for shared care (care between the community midwives and doctors in the hospital) you will see your named midwife, or one of the team members in the community, and the team at the hospital if required. If you choose to have your baby in the obstetric unit, care will be provided by the hospital staff. If you choose to have your baby in the birth centre, care will be provided by birth centre staff and community midwives.