Help shape the future of maternity and neonatal outpatient care
Friday 16th March 2018
Have you or someone in your family received outpatient maternity care (for example growth scans) in Leeds in the past two years?
Would you like to help shape the future of maternity and neonatal outpatient care for women and their babies across the city?
At Leeds Teaching Hospitals, we want to transform maternity and neonatal care for babies, mums and families. We are looking at how and where services are provided so that women have choice, and access to the best possible care for themselves and their babies.
As part of this work, NHS Leeds Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) Partnerships is carrying out an independent survey during March asking women who are expecting or who have recently had a baby to share their views on maternity and neonatal outpatient services at St James’s University Hospital and Leeds General Infirmary.
Examples of these services include antenatal appointments for scans and baby monitoring, or appointments after your baby is born.
If you have something you’d like to share about your experience, the CCG would love to hear from you. Just click the link below to take part in their short, online survey.