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If you have changed your name or address and not informed your GP then please do not make a referral using this method until the GP has updated their system, please note you will also need your NHS Number.

HUTH is an NHS service providing a single point of access for all maternity referrals in the Hull & East Yorkshire. The aim is to make sure you have access to the right care from day one. HUTH will triage your referral based on the information you provide and the hospital will contact you to start your antenatal care. In the meantime if you are worried about your pregnancy, please tell your GP straight away.

Click here to inform the NHS of your pregnancy. It's quick and easy and just takes a couple of minutes.

Congratulations on your Pregnancy. Hull Women & Children’s Hospital provide high quality, inclusive care for pregnant women and their families in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire. If you would like to book for your antenatal care with us please complete our online referral below. If you haven't started already we suggest that you start taking Folic Acid, if your BMI is under 30 you need to take the standard 400mcg dose which is available over the counter or in pregnancy vitamins, if your BMI is 30 or above you will need to contact your GP to obtain a 5mg dose of Folic Acid, you will need to take this until you are 12 weeks pregnant. We also suggest everyone takes a 10mcg dose of Vitamin D daily for the duration of your pregnancy, this is available over the counter or in pregnancy vitamins. Should you have any problems completing this referral on line please contact our Community Admin Team on 01482 382658 who will be happy to help you. Hull University Teaching Hospitals offers you the choice of where you would like to have your baby, these include The Alongside Midwifery Led Unit (AMLU - Fatima Allen Birthing Centre), the labour ward within the hospital or your home (Homebirth). All of these options will be discussed in detail at your booking appointment. In the meantime if you experience any pain or bleeding and are worried about your pregnancy before 16 weeks, please contact your GP/Walk in Centre or 111 straight away. You do not need to inform your GP that you are pregnant however if you do have any existing health problems, it’s a good idea to make an appointment to see your GP, so that they can review any medication you’re taking and see if you need any additional care. You can also use this to refer a pregnancy on behalf of someone else.

You can also use this to refer a pregnancy on behalf of a woman.