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Booking your maternity care with Royal Surrey

We are here to empower you to have belief in yourself and your body through your pregnancy, birth and early days of parenting your newborn child.

Our ethos is to invest our time in you so that you have a relationship with midwives that you know and trust. We listen, we guide, we equip you to have a calm and secure childbearing experience.

Simply press the button to complete the digital form to start your pregnancy journey with us.

Start your pregnancy journey with Royal Surrey maternity care

Why work for us?

Why be part of our Royal Surrey family?

We offer the experience of working in a friendly Trust bringing together acute hospital and community care. We're investing in developing our colleagues, offering the chance to be involved in research and innovation and enhancing our benefits package.

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Our vision and values

Our story

We have a clear strategy and a plan for how we will get there. We have turned our goals into ‘True North’ objectives – ambitious destinations that act as a compass and guide us on our improvement journey.

Find out more about our goals and objectives here.

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Latest News

Read the latest news, features and stories from all our hospitals

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Happy Re-retirement Mama Josie

Millbridge Ward Staff Nurse Josephine Arthur, who is known as ‘Mama Josie’, is retiring after 51 years of service in the Royal Surrey....

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Congratulations to our third-year student nurses

This week we have wished our final year nursing students well as they conclude their Registered Nurse Degree....

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Welcome to the Royal Surrey family

We would like to welcome Alexandra Ankrah who has joined the Trust Board of Directors....

Fiona England (left) and Jo Macleod (right) from Royal Surrey’s neonatal unit for premature babies have received Bid for Better funding for their idea to improve the patient experience – a community outreach project for preterm babies or babies who require additional support after discharge from hospital
Grants totalling £230k awarded for ‘on the ground’ ideas to enhance patient experience

Royal Surrey staff are set to bring their bright ideas to life, after winning grants totalling £230k from a ‘Dragon’s Den’ style pitch. More than 50 applications were received ...