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Friday, April 23, 2021

Maternity services in a position to return to Causeway

In welcomed news for expecting parents, the Northern Trust have announced that Maternity services will resume at Causeway Hospital from August 24th.

A statement from the trust reads:

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“In response to the COVID-19 regional surge plan, the Trust temporarily relocated maternity inpatient services from Causeway Hospital to Antrim Area Hospital.

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“The Northern Trust Maternity Team are now in a position to resume these services in Causeway with effect from 7.30am on Monday 24 August 2020.

“All staff will be redeployed back to their substantive posts on the Causeway site and the service provision will cover any unscheduled attendances for pregnancy concerns, labour and birth (including caesarean sections) and postnatal stay alongside scheduled inpatient and outpatient care.

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“The current visiting guidelines will also be in place on the Causeway site.”

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