Right Service, Right Place

A consultation on proposals to reshape Maternity Services in Belfast

Consultation period: 1 March 2012  to 31 May 2012
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In 2008 in our New Directions consultation document, we opened a conversation on the best way to deliver services in Belfast over the next decade. This consultation is part of the next steps. It represents a formal consultation on specific proposals for service change in the delivery of maternity services. Our priority is, and will remain, the safety of women throughout all the stages of their journey.

Choosing where, and how, to give birth is an important decision for mothers-to-be. The Belfast Health and Social Care Trust is committed to ensuring that all women have their birthing experience in an environment which is staffed to meet their needs, with appropriate clinical linkages for delivery and access to post-natal and neonatal care as required. The Trust also wants to offer women the possibility of using a midwife-led unit which would enhance their choice in where they can deliver their babies.


 

Let us know your views 

We would like to invite you to consider the Trust proposals and let us know your views.
If you need the proposals in an alternative format or minority languages please contact us by email: stakeholdercomms@belfasttrust.hscni.net or telephone: 028 9096 6060.

The consultation will be from 1 March 2012 until 31 May 2012 and there are a number of ways you can respond:

Email:        stakeholdercomms@belfasttrust.hscni.net

By post:    Colm Donaghy, Chief Executive 
                Belfast Health and Social Care Trust 
                c/o Corporate Communications 
                Nore Villa 
                Knockbracken Healthcare Park 
                Saintfield Road 
                Belfast BT8 8BH

 


 

Related Documents

Equality Impact Assessment Document - Proposal to reshape Maternity Services in Belfast