"Maternity Care"

About: King's Mill Hospital

Following our eldest daughter being stillborn followed by 2 miscarriages we were understandably anxious when we found out we were pregnant with our elder daughter born 2010. During my pregnancy I was given care on PDC & by consultant. I will just say that the midwives & my consultant was all amazing. I was reassured & when I was admitted for induction as planned I was cared for by the most fantastic midwives on labour ward (was still at the dukeries then). The midwife that delivered my daughter was brilliant. In 2011 I gave birth to our son after again receiving excellent care from all the midwives (PDC, labour & maternity ward) & my consultant. After saying that I wasn't having anymore babies (my son was quite a big boy at 9lb 7oz) in 2012 we had our youngest daughter. With my youngest I was admitted on rest at 38wks because our baby was a little naughty & was transverse & showing no signs of turning. At 39+2wks my daughter was delivered by c section after she refused to turn. My point is that even considering my eldest daughter being stillborn I have nothing but the highest praise for the best team of midwives, doctors & consultant I have had the pleasure to have caring for me & the most important people in my life - my kids & partner (i include my partner because he received enormous consideration throughout also). Well done & thank you for all you did to help me deliver 3 gorgeous babies.

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Response from King's Mill Hospital

Thank you for posting your comments, we are really pleased to hear that you are so happy with the care and treatment our staff have provided to you and your family over the years. The maternity team will be delighted to receive your message which we have forwarded to the Maternity Manager to share with her colleagues.

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