Ashcombe Birth Centre

Antenatal Clinics

Antenatal Screening Choices

Further information about antenatal screening

Badger Notes

We are introducing a new system that offers a better experience for our maternity service users. Both North Bristol NHS Trust (NBT) and University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust (UHBW) will jointly start using Badger Notes from Tuesday 26 September 2023. In particular, Badger Notes will see the replacement of bulky yellow notes folders with an app that provides access to a...

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Information to help you decide where you would like to give birth to your baby

Community-based Midwifery Service

Day Assessment Unit (DAU)

Early Pregnancy Assessment Clinic (EPAC)

Learning Environment

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New website for parents to share views on maternity services

Ashcombe Birth Centre's mums

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Antenatal Clinics

Most of your antenatal care will take place at your GP surgery.  If you need to see an Obstetrician the clinic is held in Ashcombe Clinic on a Wednesday morning.  The clinic provides Consultant Care locally for women with high risk pregnancy complications in an outpatient clinic. Referrals are made for clinic appointments by your named midwife, GP or St Michael's Hospital.


There is a midwifery-led clinic on a Tuesday morning for women who are suitable to give birth in a midwifery-led environment.  You will be invited to attend this clinic when you are 36 weeks pregnant and as part of this visit you will be shown around the Ashcombe Birth Centre and be able to ask any questions about the services we provide. 


Tel: Ashcombe Admin team 09.00-16-30 Mon-Fri 01934 647020