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Rosie birth centre

Peace, tranquillity and joy
The main entrance is located on Robinson Way. There are emergency drop-off points here, but people are advised to park in the patient and visitor car park opposite the Addenbrooke’s Treatment Centre, and walk through to the Rosie Hospital.

The main entrance is located on Robinson Way. There are emergency drop-off points here, but people are advised to park in the patient and visitor car park opposite the Addenbrooke’s Treatment Centre, and walk through to the Rosie Hospital.

Birthing pools are available in every room. Many women gain comfort from relaxing in water during labour and often stay in the pool for the birth of their baby. Each also has its own en suite with shower and WC – Women may choose to sit on an exercise ball in the shower during labour.

Birthing pools are available in every room. Many women gain comfort from relaxing in water during labour and often stay in the pool for the birth of their baby. Each also has its own en suite with shower and WC – Women may choose to sit on an exercise ball in the shower during labour.

There is mood lighting and music systems available to stimulate a home-like environment. Equipment such as birthing balls and slings assist help women remain upright while in active labour

There is mood lighting and music systems available to stimulate a home-like environment. Equipment such as birthing balls and slings assist help women remain upright while in active labour

A fold-down double bed is available for women to rest on with their new baby while staff organise the discharge

A fold-down double bed is available for women to rest on with their new baby while staff organise the discharge

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Our philosophy

We believe the well being of women and their families come first. Our philosophy of care is grounded in the belief that each woman’s labour and birth is unique, special and a celebratory occasion.       

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About the Rosie birth centre

Rosie birth centre is a new along-side birth centre situated within the Rosie Hospital. Read more...

Who can have their baby at the birth centre?

Is the birth centre suitable for you? Read more...

Latent (early) labour

The latent phase of labour is the time when changes in the body start occurring in preparation for actual or established labour. Read more...

Giving birth at the Rosie birth centre

Midwife-led birth units are considered the most appropriate location for low risk women to labour and birth. Read more...

Contact the Rosie birth centre

Telephone: 
01223 217 003

Cambridge University Hospitals
NHS Foundation Trust
Hills Road
Cambridge
CB2 0QQ

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