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Norwich hospital’s birth unit celebrates first birthday

12:55 13 August 2012

From left: Maternity care assistant Linda Ballard, father Shane Jarmy, midwife Jess Whitty, mother Gemma Davison with baby Cody, midwife Karen Dunlop, and midwife team leader Julie Mansfield.

From left: Maternity care assistant Linda Ballard, father Shane Jarmy, midwife Jess Whitty, mother Gemma Davison with baby Cody, midwife Karen Dunlop, and midwife team leader Julie Mansfield.

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A Norwich hospital’s specialist birthing unit marked its first birthday last week by welcoming its 1,187th arrival.

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Cody Jarmy was born to parents Gemma Davison and Shane Jarmy at 7.31am on August 8, 12 months after the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital’s midwifery-led birthing unit (MLBU) opened its doors.

The MLBU offers a home-from-home environment in which to have a natural birth to women who are healthy with a straightforward pregnancy.

Julie Mansfield, MLBU team leader, said the unit’s philosophy was to give one-to-one care for natural births, with the security of medical assistance nearby if necessary.

A fundraising birthday party will be held on September 15.

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