Number of deliveries
- Year 1 = 266 Births
- Year 2 = 268 Births
- Year 3 = 233 Births
The type of labour/birth you have first time round completely shapes your subsequent births. You are more likely to remain low risk for your following pregnancies if you deliver at a midwifery led unit first time round.
|National Birth Statistics 2015-16||FMC Birth Statistics 2015-16|
(First time births)
(National Maternity and Perinatal Audit- Clinical Report 2017 – These figures include both high and low risk women)
Evidence suggests women who planned birth in a midwifery unit have significantly fewer interventions, including substantially fewer caesarean sections and more ‘normal births’ than women who planned birth in an obstetric unit (Birth Place Study, 2011).