Whether you want to give birth in hospital or at home, it’s good to plan ahead. View our list of labour wards and birth centres in the West Midlands to find the information you need to decide where to give birth.
Directing your partner around spaghetti junction in Birmingham may not be the smoothest start to giving birth, so make sure you plan not only where you want to give birth but also work out the best route! To find out more about all of your local maternity units, explore the list below and click through to see useful information including birth statistics, visiting hours and the equipment and facilities available.
- The Delivery Suite, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital
- The Willow Suite, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital
- The Birth Centre, Birmingham Women’s Hospital
- The Delivery Suite, Birmingham Women’s Hospital
- The Delivery Suite, City Hospital
- The Serenity Birth Centre, City Hospital
- The Delivery Suite, Good Hope Hospital, Sutton Coldfield
- Halcyon Birth Centre, Smethwick
- Netherbrook Birth Unit, Solihull Hospital
- Bridgnorth Midwife Led Unit, Bridgnorth Hospital
Burton upon Trent
- The Delivery Suite, Queen’s Hospital
- The Midwifery Led Unit, Samuel Johnson Community Hospital, Lichfield
- The Delivery Suite, Hereford County Hospital
- Ludlow Midwife Led Unit, Ludlow Hospital
- The Labour Suite, George Eliot Hospital
- Oswestry Midwife Led Unit, Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Hospital
- The Birthing Unit, County Hospital
- The Delivery Suite, Royal Stoke University Hospital
- The Midwife Birth Centre, Royal Stoke University Hospital
- The Labour Ward, Princess Royal Hospital
- Wrekin Midwife Led Unit, Princess Royal Hospital
- Shrewsbury Midwife Led Unit, Royal Shrewsbury Hospital
- The Labour Suite, Warwick Hospital
- Meadow Birth Centre, Worcestershire Royal Hospital
- The Delivery Suite, Worcestershire Royal Hospital
Other UK regions
If you haven’t spotted your local unit on this page, it may be included in another nearby region. Browse labour wards and birth centres in nearby areas below to find the maternity unit or birth centre you’re looking for.
Use our Birth Choice tool to make the best choice for you
Our Birth Choice tool provides you with a bespoke list that suggests whether birth at home, in a labour ward or in a birth centre would best match your needs and preferences. All you need to do is answer a few questions so that the tool can use the information provided to show you which units or services might be the best fit for you.
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- Having a home birth: how to arrange one and what you’ll need to prepare.