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31 Jan 2020 01:16 #5187

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Healthwatch Enfield has published a short summary of the findings of a survey of women who gave birth during February 2019, including results for the North Mid and Barnet Hospital (part of the Royal Free group).

The Care Quality Commission’s 2019 maternity survey reports on women’s views on all aspects of their maternity care from the first time they saw a clinician or midwife, during labour and birth, through to the care provided at home in the weeks following the arrival of their baby.

The full results for England, as well as individual results for each trust are available on the CQC’s website.

Local findings at Enfield hospitals

You can download the reports for the North Middlesex Hospital and Barnet and The Royal Free Hospital

At North Middlesex Hospital, the results for ‘Labour and birth’ was rated as ‘worse’ than other hospitals, and the results for ‘Staff during labour and birth’ and ‘Care in hospital after birth’ was rated as ‘about the same’.

At Barnet and The Royal Free hospital, the results for ‘Labour and birth’, ‘Staff during labour and birth’ and ‘Care in hospital after birth’ was rated as ‘about the same’ as other hospitals.

Source: healthwatchenfield.co.uk/news/cqc-maternity-survey/

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Maternity services in local hospitals rated
31 Jan 2020 09:35 #5188

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Have enjoyed the quality of post-natal care at Barnet (albeit we gave birth at Whittington). Glad we avoided the dump of North Mids though.

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