Specialist services

This page allows you to compare units. Click on the units you want to compare and you will see a list of the specialist services offered.

 
Obstetric Consultant-led
Alongside / Co-located MLU
Stand-alone / Free-standing MLU
Homebirth
Specialist Clinic/Support Service - Teenage Pregnancy
Consultant-led Antenatal Clinics
Birth Reflections Services
Infant Feeding Support Services
Multiple Birth Services
Neonatal Unit - Local
Specialist Clinic/Support Service - Healthy Lifestyle
24/7 Epidural Services
Bereavement and Specialist Support Services
Specialist High Risk Antenatal Clinics
Regional Specialist Fetal and Maternal Medicine
Specialist Clinic/Support Service - Drug and Alcohol
24/7 Pregnancy Assessment Units
Maternity Physiotherapy Services/Clinics
Specialist Clinic/Support Service - Continuity of Carer
Specialist Diabetic Service
Fetal and Maternal Medicine - Local
Specialist Clinic/Support Service - VBAC
Early Pregnancy Assessment Services
Transitional Care
Specialist Clinic/Support Service - Vaccination Clinic
Specialist Diabetic Clinic
Perinatal Mental Health and Corresponding Support Services.
Smoking Cessation Specialist Support
Obstetric Ultrasound Services
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit - Regional

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All hospitals have doctors / obstetricians who can share some of the care for women who are seen in fetal medicine. The Royal Victoria Infirmary (RVI) at Newcastle has a specific fetal medicine department that covers the most complex pregnancies where fetal medicine involvement is required. For some women their care will be centred at the RVI because of their baby’s needs. All the hospitals in the region work together to support mothers and babies with complex illnesses.