Congratulations on your pregnancy! This is the start of a really exciting time for you and your family.

We help over 4,000 mums give birth each year from our midwifery-led birthing unit and consultant-led labour wards at Northwick Park Hospital.

We also care for you before and after your birth in our hospital and community clinics.

We know each mum is different, so our support and care is tailored to you.

Apps, books, support, and classes

There’s lots of information out there about your pregnancy – here are some of our favourites:

Information booklets for mums and families

We’ve worked with other NHS organisations in north west London to give you the best advice, early on in your pregnancy, close to you. They're available in a range of languages including Arabic, Gujarati, Polish and Punjabi:

Find out more about maternity services in north west London

Mum and baby app

North west London’s free mum and baby app, available on Android and Apple, isn’t just a source of great information.

It helps you:

  • choose where you’d like to give birth in north west London
  • set your own personalised plan for pregnancy, birth, and beyond

Get the app now

Or, simply search ‘mum and baby’ to get started

Pregnancy and baby at

From conception to birth, and everything in between and beyond,’s website is full of information.

Visit maternity and pregnancy information

Northwick Park Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP)

Northwick Park Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP) works with you and our maternity team to help improve our services for mums in Brent, Ealing, and Harrow.  The MVP is chaired by local mums and they want to hear your views and experiences of our maternity services. 

They also hold regular events online (and when lock-down ends, in person!) on a range of pregnancy-related topics with our amazing midwives.

You can contact the MVP by email at

Join the community and keep up to date MVP on Facebook

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