Within this information, we may use the terms "woman" and "women". However, we recognise that not only people who identify as women may want to access this content. Your care should be personalised, inclusive and sensitive to your needs, whatever your gender identity.
Our Maternity departments are proud to offer a kind and compassionate service to the diverse population of Birmingham. At Good Hope, Heartlands and Solihull hospitals, we provide women with care before and throughout pregnancy, during delivery and following the birth. With an average of 25 babies born and cared for every day by our specialist team, our dedicated and passionate team of midwives, doctors and support staff offers 24-hour care.
From Monday 20 March 2023, the antenatal clinic at Heartlands Hospital will be relocated to the Heartlands Treatment Centre (HTC).Find out more about the antenatal clinic move
The Maternity departments at Good Hope, Heartlands and Solihull hospitals offer a range of services for new parents and their babies.
If you're pregnant, you will know and understand your baby's movements. If there are any problems, we're here to help.
Advice on how to stay healthy, and information on pregnancy-related health conditions.
Find out when you should contact our maternity or pregnancy assessment units with antenatal or postnatal concerns.
Check our useful pointers for getting ready to come into hospital to have your baby.
Occasionally, complications can happen during pregnancy or birth, but don't worry – we're here to help.
Unfortunately, COVID-19 hasn't gone away. Find information on our protection measures and other guidance for visitors.
Find useful contact numbers for the Maternity departments at Good Hope, Heartlands and Solihull hospitals.
Find out more about the Birmingham and Solihull United Maternity and Newborn Partnership (BUMP).