This page was last updated: January 14th, 2022
Alternatively, you can arrange your first appointment as below
|Bodmin and Wadebridge||Call the midwives on 01872 326528 (Bodmin) or 01208 834403 (Wadebridge).|
|Camborne, Redruth, Perranporth and St Agnes||Visit your GP surgery. They will take your information and give you a pre-booking pack. The midwife will call you to arrange your booking appointment.|
|Falmouth, Helston and the Lizard||Visit your GP surgery. They will take your information and give you a pre-booking pack. The midwife will call you to arrange your booking appointment.|
|Hayle and St Ives||Call the midwives on 01736 576130.|
|Launceston, Bude, Camelford, Liskeard, Looe (North Cornwall – Chi Kernow)||Contact the midwives on 01288 320131 (Stratton) or 01566 765656 (Launceston) or you call your GP.|
|Newquay, St Eval, St Columb||Visit your GP surgery. They will take your information and give you a pre-booking pack. The midwife will call you to arrange your booking appointment.|
|Penzance, St Just, Sennen and the Isles of Scilly||Call the midwives on 01736 874180 to make an appointment, and visit your GP surgery to pick up a pre-booking information pack.|
|Probus, Chacewater, Carnon Downs, Truro (Central Team)|
|St Austell and surrounding areas (Penrice)|
Please call your GP surgery and they’ll be able to help you.
ePHR is a web-based solution that allows people under our care to view their maternity notes online.
At the Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust, we use Euroking, a secure maternity IT software, to record the majority of your maternity care. After you’ve had an appointment or spoken to us, your midwife or maternity support worker will record the data and you’ll be able to see it in your ePHR.
You will be able to see summaries of the following:
You can only access your ePHR for your current pregnancy. Please fill out this Maternity Patient Contact Form to access this.
You can email the Maternity IT Team at email@example.com
Or, call the Maternity IT Team on 07557 172389.
If you call, we’ll check your details and add your email address to the ePHR system (this has to be your personal email, we don’t allow work or general email addresses to make sure your personal healthcare data stays secure).
After we have received your email or you have spoken to us, we will authorise your account. You will then get an email from firstname.lastname@example.org asking you to verify your email address and create a password for your ePHR. You must verify your details within 72 hours. If this expires then please call us and we can resend the verification email.
If you get stuck setting it up, please call 07557 172389.
Remember to keep your password secure and your personal data safe.
The most common complication of pregnancy and birth is related to mental health.
If you or your partner are struggling with mixed emotions, sadness, irritability and exhaustion, you are not alone. You may also experience a lack of interest or pleasure in the things that you usually enjoy or in looking after your baby. For most women and their partners these emotions are relieved by spending time with family and friends, and with adequate support to allow you to rest and sleep. For around one in five women symptoms are more persistent and need additional support and treatment.
The most important thing is to talk with the people around you and with your midwife, health visitor or GP about how you feel. Your midwife is there to support you with your mental health as much as with your physical health.
We also offer a number of specialist services to support your mental health during and after pregnancy. These include:
Maternal Mental Health in Cornwall – a Facebook page run by Midwives alongside the Maternity Voices Partnership that provides pregnancy and postnatal mental health support during the Covid pandemic
Outlook Southwest – offer psychological therapy services for people in Cornwall and the Isles
Tommy’s Pregnancy and Post-birth Wellbeing Plan – a two-page plan that helps you start thinking about how you feel emotionally and what support you might need in your pregnancy and after the birth. It’s also helpful in working out how to start a conversation with your partner, friend, midwife, health visitor or GP.