Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
Their website says:
Maternity Services at Hull Royal Infirmary provides high quality, inclusive care for pregnant women and people and their families in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire. There is a midwife-led birth centre as well as specialist services for complicated pregnancies, fetal and neonatal care.
Our service provides care for pregnant women and people and their babies throughout pregnancy, labour, and the postnatal period, usually through to about 10 days after birth. We take pride in providing personalised, supportive services, whether your pregnancy is straightforward or highly complex.
We provide care to over 5000 parents and babies every year. You can choose a birth that suits your circumstances either at home, in the Birth Centre or in hospital under midwife or obstetric led care with access to a Neonatal Unit. More information about all our services can be found on this site.
You can find data about Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust maternity care on the NHS Data Dashboard here (best attempted on a laptop or PC as it’s a pretty big and complicated Power BI interface!):
It’s a bit confusing to begin with! But you select the trust you’re interested in from the drop down, and then you can look at the various data sets available and see how the trust compares nationally. In the image below, as an example, I’ve selected the NMI+ dataset which looks at how Chesterfield Royal Hospital compares with Derby and Burton on User Experience, from 2019.
Many thanks to Jen for requesting these policies from Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and submitting them to Big Birthas. Information on how to submit a Freedom of Information request can be found here.