You can contact the Bridgewater Midwifery Service for Widnes & Runcorn by calling 0151 495 5079.
Our opening hours are Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm. An out of hours on call service is provided for all pregnant and newly delivered women; your midwife will give you the contact number at your ante-natal assessment.
- Self referral to Self referral to Bridgewater Midwifery Service / Self midwifery referral form
- Early bird
- Teenage pregnancy
- Pregnancy education sessions
- Home birth
How can people access the service?
Women can self refer, be referred from other services or the GP.
Where is the service offered?
Based at Widnes Health Care Resource Centre and from GP surgeries on Runcorn.
Health Care Resource Centre
Telephone: 0151 495 5079
Textphone: 18001 0151 495 5079
The end of statutory Supervision of Midwifery
Bridgewater Community Supervisor of Midwives team would like to inform you that due to recent legislative changes affecting the role of midwifery supervision the role has now ceased.
The title of ‘Supervision of Midwives’ will no longer be in use and the role will be replaced by the Professional Midwifery Advocate role later this year.
This will not affect the care you receive from the midwives and staff employed by Bridgewater Community Midwifery services.
If you would like any further information regarding this change, please speak to your named midwife.
Supervisors of Midwives Team
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