As soon as you find out you are pregnant, contact your GP or book your midwife appointment online / by telephone, ideally before you reach 10 weeks.
Here are the maternity services available in your area and how to contact them:
  • St Marys - North Manchester General Hospital

    Contact your community midwife on:
    0161 720 7021
    0161 720 2133
    Contact your community midwife, for Bury on:
    0161 778 3706
    Book online
    Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
  • St Marys - Oxford Road Campus, Trafford General & Lanceburn Health Centre

    Contact your community midwife on:
    0161 276 6246
    Alternatively, use the link below to book your community midwife appointment:
    Book online
    Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
  • St Marys – Wythenshawe

    Contact your community midwife on:
    0161 291 2942
    Alternatively, use the link below to book your community midwife appointment:
    Book online
    Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust
  • Royal Oldham Maternity Unit

    Contact your community midwife on:
    0161 652 5811
    Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust
  • Rochdale Maternity Unit

    Contact your community midwife on:
    01706 517 223
    Contact the antenatal clinic on:
    01706 517 050
    Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust
  • Royal Bolton Maternity Unit

    Contact your community midwife on:
    0120 4390 023
    Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust
  • Royal Albert Edward Infirmary Maternity Unit

    Find your local maternity contact number below:
    More information
    Alternatively, use the link below to book your community midwife appointment:
    Book online
    Wrightington¸ Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust
  • Tameside General Hospital Maternity Unit

    Contact your community midwife on:
    0161 922 6159
    Tameside NHS Foundation Trust
  • Stepping Hill Hospital Maternity Unit

    Contact your community midwife on:
    0161 419 5551
    Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

Your first appointment
may take place in:

• Your home
• A hospital
• A GP surgery
• A Children’s Centre

You can ask your midwife to confirm this and let them know if you need a translator or extra help. Here are the maternity services available in your area and how to contact them:
Find out more
“It’s really important that as soon as you find out you’re pregnant you make an appointment to see your midwife. We can ensure that you are given all the screening tests that you need, as early as possible.”
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