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New birth reviews within 14 days

We aim to ensure that all mothers and their new babies experience seamless provision of postnatal care in the transfer of care from the midwifery service to the health visiting service.

What's the standard?

We are expected to see at least 95% of all new babies for whom we have health visiting responsibility within 14 days of birth.

How are we doing?

  • December 2019 – 96.2% of new mothers were seen within 14 days after giving birth
  • November – 96.4%
  • October – 96.3%

Find out more

More information about the routine checks, screening tests and vaccinations for babies is on NHS website.

Got a question?

If you have a question about or comment on this information, please contact the communications team at communicationsteam@gstt.nhs.uk.

96.2%
of new mothers were seen within 14 days after giving birth in December 2019.

Support after giving birth

This film explains more about the healthcare you can expect from the NHS after giving birth.

This video is hosted on the NHS YouTube channel.

Page last updated: February 5 2020