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Clinic 21 - Rosie outpatients department

Women with underlying medical conditions or who develop complications with their pregnancy, are usually seen by an obstetrician and/or midwife in the outpatients clinic.
Opening times: 

Monday to Friday

08:30 - 17:00

Telephone: 
01223 217664

Narjes Poorabdian

Lead Midwife for Antenatal Care
Narjes Poorabdian

It’s lovely when people see you and say 'oh I seen you for my first baby and still I remember your face!'

Finding us: 

Clinic 21 is on the ground floor of the Rosie hospital, opposite the ultrasound department. Head straight through the Rosie reception area, past the Pavilion cafe and follow the signs to clinic 21, which is on the right. 

Disabled Go accessibility information

Consultants hold clinics every week day. You may be seen for a variety of reasons depending on your general health, pregnancy and medical history. Regular clinics include:

  • Diabetic clinic - Tuesdays
  • Twins clinic - Thursdays
  • Anaesthetist clinic - Tuesdays (you may be asked to attend this clinic if you have any spinal problems, raised BMI or any history of problems with anaesthesia)
  • Substance misuse clinic - Thursdays

Antenatal clinic midwives will also see you for your first consultant visit, as well as others listed below.

  • Booking clinic  - Wednesdays and Fridays (to book a pregnancy at the Rosie for patients living out of the Cambridge area)​
  • Blood tests
  • Anti D injections
  • Pre-op appointment prior to elective caesarean section - Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays
  • If your BMI is above 40, a midwife will see you after your appointment with the anaesthetist to give advice on tissue viability and avoiding pressure ulcers.

The phlebotomy department is located within Rosie outpatients and is open from 08:30 - 17:30 Monday - Thursday and 08:30 - 16:30 on Fridays. Please make sure you arrive minutes before closure to allow time for samples to be taken. Your community midwife will advise you if you need to have blood tests done here, rather than at your GP surgery.