Patients are referred by their midwife, GP or consultant direct to Professor Ed Johnstone (0161 701 7158) or Suzanne Thomas (0161 7016965).
The most common reasons for referring women to the clinic are because:
- you have had a small baby in the past
- a hormone level in your blood (measured when you had screening for Down Syndrome) suggests that your baby's growth may slow down later in pregnancy. This does not alter any results you have been given about the risk of Down Syndrome
- your baby is currently smaller than expected (you will have already been told about this)
Patients receive combined midwifery and consultant obstetric care and ultrasound scans at each visit. Risk assessment and delivery planning based on this also take place.
The clinic is located at:
5th Floor Tommy's Research Centre
Saint Mary's Hospital
The clinic is held every Wednesday
The secretary can be contacted on (0161) 276 6116, Monday - Friday, 8.30 am - 4.30 pm.
If you have any questions you can speak to one of our midwives, Suzanne or Louise. They are available Monday to Friday, 9.00 am - 4.30 pm, on (0161) 701 6965.