Please register ('book') your pregnancy with the maternity service as soon as you know that you are pregnant (ideally by 8 weeks) by SELF REFERRAL to the maternity team:
click HERE to complete your booking form for St Peter's Hospital, Chertsey
Once completed please post to the maternity department (address on the form) or drop into Sunny Meed reception
|click HERE to find out how to book your pregnancy at the Royal Surrey County Hospital Guildford|
You are free to choose which hospital at which to book and if you need to discuss this choice further please arrange a consultation with a GP or Sheena as early as possible to avoid any unnecessary delays.
COMMUNITY MIDWIFE - Sheena Sinclair-Brown is the surgery's named community midwife:
- Tuesday morning clinics (Sunny Meed) for antenatal bookings
- Friday morning clinics (Goldsworth Park) for antenatal follow ups.
When not available at the surgery she can be contacted directly on 01932 722413 or please phone the triage number below.
She can arrange for ladies to be seen at alternative community clinics if required.
TRIAGE (available 24 hours):
0300 123 5473
call for any maternity related clinical queries
Maternity Information Evenings and tours of the St Peters Hospital Unit can be found by clicking here
PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE TO CONTACT ANY MEMBER OF THE CLINICAL TEAM ABOUT CONCERNS THAT YOU HAVE DURING ANY STAGE OF YOUR PREGNANCY OR FOLLOWING DELIVERY.
Before you are pregnant
All about conception and getting pregnant
Thinking about the next baby?
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT:
Your MIDWIFE or GP should COMPLETE THIS FORM WHICH YOU ALSO SIGN IDEALLY AT BOOKNG to ensure that you get access to the free prescriptions and dental care available on the NHS whilst you are pregnant and for 12 months after delivery.
If you have not been given a maternity exemption certificate to sign please ask at your next routine appointment or at the surgery reception.
Your pregnancy and labour
How the baby develops
0-8 weeks pregnant
9-12 weeks pregnant
13-16 weeks pregnant
17-20 weeks pregnant
21-24 weeks pregnant
25-28 weeks pregnant
29-32 weeks pregnant
33-36 weeks pregnant
37-40 weeks pregnant
40+ weeks pregnant
Your health in pregnancy
Common health problems
Antenatal care and classes
Choosing where to have your baby
Labour and birth
When pregnancy goes wrong
Feeling your baby move is a sign they are well. If you notice your baby’s movements have changed call your midwife or maternity unit.
Click HERE to find out more
You and your baby
What you will need for your baby?
Your life after the birth
The first days with your baby
The first weeks with your baby
Feeding your baby
General pregnancy topics
Feelings and relationships
Information for dads
Maternity leave and employment rights
Rights and benefits
Make some decisions
If you have a long-term condition (such as diabetes or high blood pressure)
STOP SMOKING ADVICE
click the image to find out more about QUIT 51
Please seek advice if you require help with stopping smoking at any time before or during pregnancy - we have dedicated smoking cessation clinics and can signpost you to self help resources if you prefer.
Click here to find out more about the benefits of stopping smoking in pregnancy.
RECOMMENDED during pregnancy:
Best Beginnings is a charity working to give every child in the UK the best start in life, providing support for every family....
'Baby Buddy' app (free)
'Out of the Blue' - Maternal Mental Health Support
'Small Wonders' - Support when your baby is sick or premature
'From Bump to Breast Feeding' - Follow real mothers' stories
'Baby Express' - Month by month guide to enjoying your baby's first year
- Your HEALTH VISITOR can be contacted on: 01483 728201