If you know you are pregnant, we would love to hear from you to book your first appointment with a midwife, which is known as your 'booking appointment'.
During this appointment you will meet one of our friendly midwives for the first time, and find out more about the exciting journey ahead.
It's quick and easy for you to make your first appointment, either by completing our online form or calling us on 020 8887 3055. You don't need to see your GP before getting in touch with us either, and we welcome women from right across Middlesex and London.
You can also download our maternity brochure and browse this site to find out more about us, or why not join us on a tour of our facilities?
BOOK YOUR FIRST MATERNITY APPOINTMENT
The quickest and easiest way to book your first appointment is to use our online form.
If you would prefer to make arrangements over the phone, please call us on 020 8887 3055 instead.
VIA YOUR GP
You do not need to visit your GP before making an appointment with us, but your GP can refer you to us if it's most convenient for you. Please just tell your GP when you speak to them that you would like to give birth with the team at North Middlesex Maternity, and they will take care of the rest.
To support families who may have limited English language skills we offer telephone interpreting service called thebigword. There are 56 languages available. To book this service, please ensure you specify this when booking your first appointment.
TAKE A TOUR OF OUR MATERNITY FACILITIES
We run tours of the new facilities at North Middlesex University Hospital every first and third Friday of the month at 6pm so that you can come and see our new, purpose-built maternity department for yourself.
These tours are run by our midwives, and it is also a great opportunity to ask them any questions you might have.
You can book a place on the tour quickly and easily by calling 020 8887 4238 (Maternity Direct).
INFORMATION ABOUT FUTURE APPOINTMENTS
If you would like to find out more about the appointments you will have later on in your pregnancy, please visit the antenatal care page.
OTHER INFORMATION ABOUT PREGNANCY
What should I be eating? Is it normal to be this tired? Whatever you want to know about getting pregnant, being pregnant or caring for your new baby, you can find it on NHS Choices Pregnancy and Baby guideThere are also lots of apps available to choose from, giving you the ability to track your pregnancy and baby’s development with ease.
In November 2016 we have teamed up with Bounty who have launched the new Bounty Pregnancy App and our hospital is listed on there. To get the app, click here or simply search for Bounty Pregnancy in the App Store or Google Play. Once registered, you will receive an invite to collect a Bounty Gift Box full of beauty and wellness samples that is available exclusively at Boots.
Remember, apps are just for fun – never rely on them and always consult your doctor or midwife first.
LOCAL ACTIVITIES AND PLACES TO GO FOR MUMS AND MUMS-TO-BE
Sophia's Diary is a one-stop website for social mums and mum-to-be with lots of useful information about local family activities, places to go, events and local businesses around Enfield and Barnet. Visit www.sophias-diary.com for more information about what's on.
PREGNANT AND DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO?
If you are pregnant, did not plan it and you are thinking about terminating your pregnancy (abortion), you may need to know the facts and the support that is available to you.
It is a good idea to talk about your feelings and clarify your options with someone. You may decide that you want to terminate the pregnancy or you may not. The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS) provide a useful fact sheet and a free, confidential advice and support service for all pregnant women. If you are an Enfield resident you can call 0345 365 1470, a 24-hour booking line for a consultation. This is a free service available to all women living in Enfield.