The Edgware Birth Centre is standalone centre located within Edgware Community Hospital. There are no obstetricians on site and should complications arise during labour you would be transferred to our nearest hospital by ambulance.
All women planning to give birth at Edgware Birth Centre will be cared for by a dedicated team of midwives who will care for you throughout your pregnancy, labour and after your baby is born.
At the Edgware Birth Centre we have:
- five ensuite birthing rooms
- three birthing pools for you to labour/birth in
- birth stools to help you with an upright birth as well as bean bags and birth balls.
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