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Women's health centre to be built

5th February 2009

A women's centre is being built at Gloucestershire Royal Hospital.

Due to open in 2011, the £29m development will provide better care for mothers and babies and will bring together maternity, obstetric and gynaecology services and include a neonatal unit for premature babies.

A midwife-led birth centre, promoting natural births, will be offered for low risk deliveries and there will also be two dedicated theatres for caesarean sections in the new centre, which will provide specialist neonatology and obstetric services under one roof.


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Article Information

Title: Women's health centre to be built
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 10083
Date Added: 5th Feb 2009


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