West Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust celebrated the first birthday of its Natural Birth Centre with the help of Britain’s Got Talent judge, Amanda Holden.
The Natural Birth Centre has been the home to 780 deliveries in its first year, and feedback from parents has been overwhelmingly positive. In a recent survey, 98 per cent of patients rated the quality of service as “excellent”, with the remaining two per cent rating it as “good”.
Amanda Holden said “The centre here is wonderful. Meeting everyone today was brilliant, as are the team here at West Mid. It was so much fun.”
Pippa Nightingale, consultant midwife who runs the birth centre, said, “It was fantastic having Amanda Holden here to help us celebrate the first birthday of the centre, and we are looking forward to the next year where we can continue to offer a first class service to members of the local community.”