Help improve maternity services at hospital

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Help improve maternity services at hospital

The Maternity Unit at Peterborough City Hospital is giving women and their partners the opportunity to help shape and improve maternity services.

The department is working with local healthcare partners to launch a Maternity Services Liaison Committee, a forum where service-users can give feedback on their experiences.

Women who have had a baby in the last three years or are hoping to start a family soon are invited to attend an information session on Friday 13 January to find out how they can get involved. The session is also open to partners and will be held from 10am to 12noon in the Denis Bracey Suite at Peterborough City Hospital.

Fran Stephens, Head of Midwifery at Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, said: “The Maternity Services Liaison Committee is a great opportunity for women to give feedback and work with to make improvements to the service we offer. We are looking for women and partners from all backgrounds to act as representatives on the committee.”

Attendees will be given the opportunity to ask any questions and register their interest in becoming a member of the committee at the session.

If you are unable to attend but would still like information about joining the Maternity Services Liaison Committee, please contact Fran via email:


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