Antenatal Care

Oxfordshire MVP Ask the Midwife

Ask the Midwife sessions are held via Facebook live on Mondays and with information on infant feeding on Thursdays (both start at 14:30).

Facebook: @OxfordshireMVP

Community Midwife

A Community Midwife shares in the care of all mothers before and after delivery. She can be contacted by the Medical Practice on 01993 702911

For non-urgent calls please leave a message on the answer phone at 01993 708742

For immediate attention telephone 01865 220221

Information on Maternity Care

Further information

Whatever you want to know about getting pregnant, being pregnant or caring for your new baby, you should find it here – NHS – Your Pregnancy & Baby Guide

Planning your Pregnancy

If you’re planning on getting pregnant, you can improve your chances of conceiving and having a successful pregnancy. Follow these steps

Antenatal Support - OUH

The OUH is offering a telephone helpline ‘As the midwife’ which is open from 11:00 – 19:00 every day (including weekends) for non-urgent queries for women registered to give birth at the Trust.

The helpline number is: 07919 213 667. Please share with expectant mothers.

Community Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit

The Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit (EPAU) is a community service which cares for women who are in the early stages of pregnancy and experiencing pain, bleeding or other problems relating to their pregnancy.

Telephone: 01865 221142


Glucose Tolerance Test

If your Doctor or Midwife has referred you for a Glucose Tolerance Test appointment, please read the information leaflet below – it contains important information about preparing for your appointment and what to expect.

Glucose Tolerance Test

Midwife Clinics

The midwives run a clinic at the Witney Community Hospital from Monday to Friday 1.00pm – 4.00pm. Anyone wishing to see a midwife for advice will be welcome at this clinic.01993 708742

UK National Screening Committee (NSC)

Provides key facts and resources for Antenatal and Newborn screening programmes. Find out more