The Yorkshire and The Humber Maternal Medicine Network
The Yorkshire & Humber (Y&H) region has come together to form a Maternal Medicine Network; this includes three Local Maternity & Neonatal Systems (Humber & North Yorkshire, South Yorkshire & Bassetlaw, and West Yorkshire & Harrogate) working with commissioners, providers, clinicians, the Y&H Maternity Clinical Network, service users via the Maternity Voices Partnerships and has the support of the Integrated Care Systems.
West Yorkshire & Harrogate
- Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
- The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
- Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust
- Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust
- Airedale NHS Foundation Trust
South Yorkshire & Bassetlaw
- Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust
- Doncaster & Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Humber & North Yorkshire
- York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
- Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust
The Y&H Maternal Medicine Network (MMN) is made up of 2 Maternal Medicine Centres based in Leeds and Sheffield together with 11 other NHS Trusts.
The Y&H MMN aims to provide equitable care to all women and birthing people across the region. The Maternal Medicine centres will work together with all types of Healthcare Professionals to provide the highest standard of care. The majority of women and birthing people will continue to be cared for by their local maternity unit, however some women depending on their condition may need care at the MMC.
The professional caring for you will develop a personalised plan of care to meet your individual needs.
Maternity Voices Partnership (MVPs) are groups of women, birthing people, charitable and voluntary sector organisations, and maternity or neonatal professionals who come together to influence what maternity and neonatal priorities are in their local area. There are groups set up across most cities, big towns and rural areas to listen to what services you need. Please get in touch with them if there's things to want to raise about your care, or if you want to support the projects they do. Search for 'Maternity Voices Partnerships' and your local area to find your local group.