Welcome to Kingston Maternity

Here at Kingston Maternity Unit, our philosophy of care is to put women and birthing people at the centre of our service. We aim to make every birth special and ensure your hopes and expectations are met in this special experience.

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Maternity booklet

This brochure has been designed to tell you what you need to know about choosing maternity services at Kingston Hospital and help you make the choices that are right for you.

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Birthing Partners

Two birth partners may be present during your labour and birth, one of which can stay with you throughout your stay on the maternity unit. You may have 2 visitors (including the birth partner) on the postnatal ward and any siblings of the new baby between 3pm and 8pm.

Vaccinations during pregnancy

There are certain vaccinations offered to you during your pregnancy which help protect you and your baby. Vaccines can help prevent disease or make the illness less serious.

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Pregnancy Yoga


We offer pregnancy yoga sessions led by a midwife who is also a qualified yoga instructor. The sessions are open to women and birthing people booked to give birth at Kingston Maternity at any stage of pregnancy.

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