Welcome to Nottingham University Hospitals’ Maternity services.
In this section you can find useful information about our services. You may also want to visit the NUH leaflets page and click on the 'maternity' folder.
Our hospitals provide maternity care for around 10,000 women every year – but we know that having a baby is a unique and highly personal experience for everyone.
We aim to ensure your pregnancy, birth and post-natal care are tailored to meet your needs, offering a wide range of choice and support to all women and their families.
From midwifery-led birthing units to specialised neonatal care, our team work together to support you through your journey and ensure a positive experience – for you and your baby.
To find out more about the services we offer – including parent education classes – click on the links on the left hand side, or the blue box above if viewing on a phone/tablet.
City maternity unit
The Maternity Unit at the City Hospital was built in 1994 offering a fully comprehensive maternity service with all facilities including neonatal services and parent education.
The unit has approximately 5,700 births and 15,000 outpatient visits per year.
There are consultant obstetricians and an experienced team of midwives who are well supported by maternity support workers, receptionists, administration staff and medical secretaries.
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust also involves students with all aspects of care.
Contact us on 0115 969 1169 ext 55136
Maternity unit at the QMC
The maternity unit at the Queen’s Medical Centre (QMC) is situated on two floors in East Block. The antenatal area, B26 ward, the labour suite with midwife-led care unit, maternity theatres and the neonatal unit are on B floor, with C29 ward on C floor.
There is an East Block entrance to the hospital on A floor, and the main entrance which is on B floor, just off Derby Road.
There are limited drop off/pick up bays outside both entrances.
Contact us on 0115 924 9924 ext 66672
Unfortunately we are unable to respond to emails directly relating to your pregnancy as it is important any questions are answered in light of your full pregnancy history, therefore if you have any questions directly relating to your current pregnancy please contact your local midwifery team on the landline number listed at the front of your notes.
Please note there will often be a voice message service but it is checked daily and your call will be returned within 48 hours.
For urgent concerns please call the Midwifery emergency mobile number listed at the front of your notes between 9am - 5pm Monday – Friday or NEMS out of hours service (also listed in the front of your notes) out of office hours.