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Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust is the main hospital in the Liverpool area providing maternity care. However, depending on where you live or which Trust you choose for your maternity care, you may access services from another Trust in the region. The following information is specific to Liverpool Women’s Hospital but you will also find links to other providers at the bottom of the page. pink bird holding baby chick

About Liverpool Women’s NHS Foundation Trust

Every day, on average, 24 babies are born in Liverpool Women’s Maternity Unit and another three babies are born prematurely and cared for in our Neonatal Unit. As the largest single site maternity hospital in the UK, we pride ourselves on being the hospital of choice for thousands of expectant mothers.

Specialist Trust for women and babies

Our highly-skilled team of consultants, obstetricians and midwives are here to support and guide you, from the time you find out you are pregnant to the moment you hold your baby for the first time, and on into the first few hours, days and weeks of parenthood.

Above all, our aim is to offer a sensitive and flexible service to meet the specific needs of every woman and her family. We encourage you to be partners in the planning of your care. We are able to offer you an extensive range of antenatal screening tests and investigations. The safety and wellbeing of every woman in our care is our number one priority making us a safe pair of hands at this important time in your life.


Just found out you are pregnant?

Booking your first appointment is very simple. All you need to do is call us on 0151 247 4747 to arrange your first appointment with us, or you can register with My Pregnancy Notes and self-refer online now.

More information about Liverpool Women’s

For further details on maternity services at Liverpool Women’s including information about antenatal care, postnatal care, our home birth team, support for non-English speaking women, and our specialist maternity services, visit:

Extra support

For women who need extra support we offer specialist clinics, ranging from those that support vulnerable women, multiple pregnancy and young mothers-to-be, to services that care for women with medical and obstetric complications. All these clinics draw from our specific clinical expertise. We are also committed to developing specialist services to meet the needs of our patients.

Information about other maternity providers

The following links will take you to the maternity sections of other NHS Trust’s in the local area where you may access maternity care: