Midwifery Services on the Wirral
At One to One we believe that every woman should have a midwife who can provide continuity of care throughout pregnancy, birth and up to 6 weeks postnatal.
Our midwives work as part of a small team of 4 to 6 midwives based in the community who liaise closely with all other NHS services to ensure you get the care you and your baby need.
Our midwives are available 7 days a week from 8am to 8pm for routine appointments and visits - in a community setting local to you or at home, and there will always be a midwife on 24 hour call for emergencies.
- West Kirby
Our service is completely free of charge and you can self refer to us in the following ways:
Call us on: 0330 3309 121
Via our website: http://www.onetoonemidwives.org/enquiries
Via your GP
One to One at Bidston and St James Children’s Centre:
One to One Midwives Head Office is at Bidston and St James Centre, 344 Laird Street, Birkenhead, Wirral, CH41 7AL
What we offer:
- Parent Education Classes
Scan clinics: Your One to One midwife will be able to give you further information on our scan clinics and will be responsible for booking your appointments.
Tongue-tie clinics: Information on Tongue Tie clinics and how to book can be found: http://www.onetoonemidwives.org/tongue-tie-information
In the community:
Information about the activities and events taking place across the Wirral can be found on our monthly What’s On timetable which you can download below or ask you midwife for a copy.
Where is St James centre located?
The full address for Bidston and St James Centre is 344 Laird St, Birkenhead, Wirral, CH41 7AL
Is the centre open at the weekend?
No, the centre opening hours are: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm. Unless you are attending our hypnobirthing or parent education course!
Can I call the centre to refer to the service?
Yes – call 0330 3309 121, you can fill in an online enquiry form here: http://www.onetoonemidwives.org/enquiries or ask your GP to refer you.
Can my One to One midwife deliver my baby at the hospital?
One to One Midwives will be unable to deliver your baby at the local hospital, but she can attend the birth and act as an advocate of support.