If you pregnant and are considering giving birth at Harrogate, please get in touch as soon as possible so that we can start planning your care together. The best way to do this is to complete the self-referral form below. If you wish to transfer your care from another hospital please also complete the form.
Before completing the form it is important that you read the following information which provides informed consent:
- Early pregnancy information (PDF 2mb)
- Screening tests for you and your baby (PDF 4mb) – alternative language versions can be found here
PLEASE COMPLETE THIS FORM AS SOON AS YOU KNOW YOU ARE PREGNANT TO ENABLE US TO MAKE APPOINTMENTS FOR SCANS AND SCREENING TESTS WITHIN THE APPROPRIATE TIMESCALE.
This process will work better on desktop as opposed to mobile. We are currently in the process of developing an online form and apologise for any inconvenience.
Alternatively, a Microsoft Word copy of the form is available here.
You can email this completed form to:
Or post to:
Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust
Harrogate District Hospital
Lancaster Park Road
If you experience any difficulty in completing or e-mailing the form below, or you are unable to access a printer, these forms will be available at your GP surgery . Please ask at reception of your surgery.
The following pages will direct you to the services we offer, to help you through the journey to becoming a parent. We offer antenatal care through your pregnancy, care during labour and birth, and postnatal care after your baby is born.
Regular check-ups are an important part of keeping you and your baby healthy
Although you may be feeling well it is still important to attend all ofyour appointments
Regular check-ups can help identify and reduce risks to you and your baby
The Maternity Unit delivers approximately 2,000 births annually and we welcome women from Harrogate and from the surrounding areas.
Our aim is to work in partnership, to provide you and your family with a safe, friendly and effective service, aiming to deliver the highest standard of care throughout your pregnancy, birth and during the first few weeks following your baby’s birth.