Jenny Smith

Online AnteNatal sessions

Make sure you are well looked after, and prepared, during your pregnancy, wherever and whenever you like.

Online antenatal sessions - from £80

My online Antenatal sessions will make sure you are well looked after, and prepared, during your pregnancy, with the flexibility of being held wherever and whenever.

Run through Zoom, my online sessions will cover the key aspects of pregnancy, labour and motherhood, including;

  • Normal labour session
  • What happens if labour becomes unexpected
  • Natural caesarean section
  • Postnatal classes what to expect with mother and baby
  • Breastfeeding and formula feeding.

 

I can run as many sessions with you as you would like. I will check that you are well, and answer any questions you have about life during and after your pregnancy.

I will also prepare you for your baby’s arrival; what to expect on the big day, what the different people will do during your labour, what you will be offered by way of pain relief and how to look after and feed your baby.

I look forward to sharing this wonderful journey with you!

Details of the Online antenatal sessions

Booking: Online via Zoom.

Consultations:
As often as the mother would like.

Antenatal availability:
To be agreed between mother and Jenny.

Single antenatal session on Zoom:
£80 per hour

FAQs

Who provides my antenatal care?

As a private midwife I can provide your continuity of midwifery care. This will be in addition to any NHS clinical care which you might require, such as seeing an obsterician, ultrasound scans, etc

Who provides my postnatal care?

As a private midwife I can also provide private post natal care, or you could have postnatal care provided by the NHS. I will always be happy to discuss the options available to you.

Are you insured?

As a private midwife I am insured by the Royal College of Nursing for antenatal and postnatal care. For labour care this will be covered by the NHS at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, and I will be paid by the hospital as a bank midwife.

What are your qualifications?

NMC (nursing midwifery council), registered nurse, registered midwife, advanced diploma in midwifery, PGCEA and BTRT (birth trauma resolution trained).