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    I'll be 27 weeks tomorrow and also moving, how do I go about changing hospitals? And also how do I change all my midwife appointments from the old hospital to the new?

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    I think you need to speak to your current midwife about transferring all your information to the new hospital. I assume you would also have to book in again at the new hospital and rebook all your appointments.

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    I changed hospital at 34 weeks. You need to ask your current hospital to transfer your info to the new one and get in touch with the maternity ward at the new one to organise a booking in session and new appointments.

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    I'm also about to do this as moving next week. I'm only 12 weeks do have just started the hospital part. I don't have anything booked at my current hospital yet but am a bit confused about how I get things started at the new hospital. Do I need to find a local Dr when I move and get a referral from there to the hospital like I originally had for my current hospital. It's just an answering machine I keep getting at the hospital so not getting answers there.


 

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