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Having A Baby

Norfolk & Waveney Maternity Voices Partnerships

A Maternity Voices Partnership (MVP) is a team of parents, their families, health professionals, commissioners and support organisations, working together to review and contribute to the development of local maternity care.

The James Paget, Queen Elizabeth and Norfolk and Norwich Hospitals each have their own MVP group to represent the families in their communities.   

They run surveys, hold feedback events, listen to your experiences and share your feedback with the wider service to help improve your local maternity care.


Get Involved

Complete your local group's maternity care survey if you have had a baby within the last few years.
  • Email them with any specific feedback about your experience of maternity care.
  • Look out for focus groups where you can chat about the care you’ve received.
  • Follow their social media and share your thoughts on specific topics that they post about.
  • Volunteer with MVP's - help them reach out to people who have used the maternity services. Get in touch if you have other skills or connections that could help!

Norwich MVP

Email: NorwichMVP@gmail.com

You can follow Norwich MVP on their website, Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.

Birth Voices East

Email: BirthVoicesEast@yahoo.co.uk

You can follow James Paget Birth Voices East on Facebook or visit their website.

You can follow QEH MVP on Facebook or visit their website.


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