Maternity Services

Welcome to Maternity Services – Navigating this section, you can learn more about many of the facilities and services we offer, our staff, or simply catch up on the latest news.

Why Should You Choose Walsall Manor Hospital To Have Your Baby

CQC rated Good for being caring

“Leaders and staff actively and openly engage with women and their families to plan and manage services and make improvements based on what women are saying” CQC

FFT’s.  The trust set targets for recommendation score, currently 95%. The below table shows where we are for November data

What the women have said:

“Staff were reassuring and there to answer to any concerns I had

“Everyone was supportive and went above and beyond to help me”

“Me and my baby were looked after very well. The staff took their time to explain some things I did not know and understand as a new mother. Extremely patient, professional and friendly”.

Families that use our services can give their feedback by means of a mystery patient

A brand new MLU will be opening in 2024

Walsall is introducing STORK, the aim to reduce morbidity and mortality in the area and will teach parents bystander life support, what to do when your child is choking and other health related information.

How to Contact Us…

Walsall Manor Hospital Switchboard: 01922 721172 (24 hours)

Appointments: 01922 65 6278 (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm)

Antenatal Clinic: 01922 65 6577 (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm)

Community: 01922 65 6248 (Monday-Friday 1pm-5pm)

Delivery Suite: 01922 65 6246 (24 hours)

Early Pregnancy Unit: 01922 65 7373 (08:00am-8:00pm) (0-20 weeks gestation)

Fetal Assessment Unit: 01922 65 6249 (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm) (from 20 weeks gestation)

Midwifery Led Unit: 01922 60 5420 (Monday-Friday 9am-5pm)

Maternity Triage: 01922 65 6967 (24 hours)

Neonatal: 01922 65 6350 (24 hours)

Ward 24: 01922 65 6425 (Primrose Ward) (24 hours)

If you experience any of the following symptoms, contact your maternity unit or GP straight away:

  • Severe constant abdominal pain
  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Your waters have broken
  • Severe headaches
  • Blurred vision or see spots in your eyes
  • Persistent itching
  • Changed or reduced fetal movements
  • If you’re worried about some aspect of your pregnancy

In a emergency situation you should attend your local hospital Emergency department or dial 999 (UK)