Maternity Services

At Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, we are proud of the high-quality maternity care we offer families at all stages of pregnancy, birth and caring for a new baby. We support nearly 5,000 women a year, providing maternity services at:

  • Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital.
  • Royal Hampshire County Hospital in Winchester.
  • Andover War Memorial Hospital.
  • And in the community.

As well as expert midwifery-led care, we also provide an excellent obstetric model of care which includes specialist support for more complex pregnancies and health conditions. We have neonatal unit facilities on both main hospital sites and work closely with other hospitals across the region to access additional specialist services, such as fetal and maternal medicine. 

Teamwork is extremely important at Hampshire Hospitals. In our maternity division, staff from many disciplines and specialities work together to plan and deliver one-to-one care tailored to the needs of individual women.


Your safety is very important to us and we are pleased to confirm that in 2024 we have again achieved all 10 of the core safety actions in the NHS Maternity Incentive Scheme (MIS) designed to improve the quality of care for women, families and newborns. These actions include ensuring high rates of staff training, openly sharing pregnancy and birth data and reporting poor outcomes to the Maternity and Newborn Safety Investigations team for independent review. More information can be found here

We are also very proud of a Care Quality Commission (CQC) survey of our service users published in January 2024 which showed year-on-year improvements across the pregnancy, labour, and birth journey. Read more here. 

Next Steps 

If you would like to have your baby with us, please complete the online pregnancy registration form below which will notify our team, so we can be in contact to make your first midwife appointment. We are so pleased you are considering having your maternity care with us and look forward to supporting you and your baby during this unique and exciting time.


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