We’re here to support you through your pregnancy journey, during birth and when you leave hospital. Our team will provide personalised care, tailored to your specific needs.
When deciding where to give birth to your baby, this section will provide you with information on what to expect here at MY Maternity. This includes the different aspects of your maternity journey such as antenatal care, birth options, and specialist support. You’ll be able to take a look at the facilities we offer, and hear first-hand about a range of different birth experiences from our patients.
Take a look at our virtual tour of our maternity areas.
Your feedback, combined with local and national intelligence and guidance has helped us to make improvements to meet the needs of the families within our care during the pandemic.
Domestic abuse is any incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour, violence or abuse between those aged 16 or over who are or have been intimate partners or family members regardless of gender or sexuality.
BaBi Wakefield (Born and Bred in Wakefield) is an exciting new research initiative which aims to create a picture of local people’s health and lifestyles over time. Starting during pregnancy, we ask consent to use local data which is routinely collected by health, social and educations services, for research purposes. This can help identify how we might create a healthier environment for families across Wakefield District to enjoy.
Our Local Maternity System (LMS) are a partnership of maternity and neonatal service providers, commissioners, local authorities and Maternity Voices Partnerships working together to transform maternity services in West Yorkshire and Harrogate. The national maternity review Better Births made recommendations for the planning, design and safe delivery of maternity services; how women, babies and families will be able to get the type of care they want, and how staff will be supported to deliver such care.
Our nationally recognised maternity services attract and retain a highly effective workforce that will be well led, innovative and will continuously learn. Working together we are implementing all the recommendations of the recent Ockenden Report, to ensure that we are continuously improving the care women and babies receive in West Yorkshire and Harrogate.