Covid-19 Maternity Advice Line
For any queries related to Coronavirus including our guidance, service changes or visitor policy which are outlined further down on this page then please email BSUH.E.Midwife@nhs.net. This is covered currently Monday to Friday by a midwife who will reply to the email or call if preferred.
Please also see further guidance from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists here: https://www.rcog.org.uk/en/guidelines-research-services/guidelines/coronavirus-pregnancy/
Pregnancy concerns not related to COVID-19
Please note that if you have any questions or concerns around your pregnancy, that are not related to Covid-19, e.g.:
- Reduced fetal movements
- Waters broken
- Labour commences
- Or anything else that you are concerned about.
Please contact the usual Triage numbers on the front of the your notes.
You are further politely reminded to use the hand sanitiser on entry to the ward area and to wash your hands regularly during your visit.
Please read the information below. This page is being updated regularly. This is Brighton and Sussex University Hospital advice which covers both the Royal Sussex County Hospital in Brighton and the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath.
If you have a new persistent cough, a temperature above 37.8 or a loss or change to your sense of taste and smell then please do not enter any clinical area, the current advice is to self isolate for yourself and all household members, however if your symptoms deteriorate and you feel that your condition may warrant a hospital admission, then seek advice via NHS 111.