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Maternity assessments, appointments and bookings

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19 June 2024

Celebrating our Pride of Airedale awards 2024

Colleagues and volunteers from across Airedale NHS Foundation Trust and AGH Solutions were celebrated at a special event last week (13 June).  The Pride of Airedale awards were created to…

Newly pregnant?

If you’ve just found out you’re pregnant, we look forward to hearing from you.  Contact our friendly team on 01535 292411 / 01535 292412 to arrange your first appointment. 

Alternatively, you can click on this link to complete our online self-referral form

Personalised care and support planning

Every woman and family is different with individual needs. Therefore, it is important to be involved in the choices and decisions for your care throughout each stage of your maternity journey.

Find out more about personalised care and support planning here.

  

Pregnant mum having a scan

Screening

Screening is a process of identifying apparently healthy people who may be at increased risk of a disease or condition. They can then be offered information, further tests and appropriate treatment to reduce their risk and/or complications arising from the disease or condition.

The newborn and infant physical examination (NIPE) screening programme aims to identify risk and enables support to be provided on an individual need basis. The screening co-ordinator at Airedale NHS Foundation Trust will support pregnant women and their families throughout the process by ensuring that any positive results are received in a timely manner and that the support and information is given in order to promote informed choice and decision making.

The screening co-ordinator is also responsible for the implementation of audit and monitoring of local screening programmes in line with the National Screening Committee Standards.

You can read about the different screening tests online here, where you can also download the information in several different languages. Or click here to watch the video including in BSL or different languages and read more.

Coming into hospital

Click on the image to view information to consider before coming to hospital