Mum who lost premature baby calls for care to stay in North Wales

Mum who lost premature baby calls for care to stay in North Wales
 

A MOTHER who lost her baby born at 25 weeks has criticised plans to force mums with very premature babies to go to hospital on the Wirral.
Louise Jones' son Tyler died in 2008 and she is now 16 weeks pregnant. She fears a long journey to the Wirral will not help a vulnerable child if her new baby is premature too.
Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board - trying to save £65m - has proposed sending babies born more than 13 weeks premature to Arrowe Park Hospital rather than Ysbyty Glan Clwyd in Bodelwyddan or Wrexham Maelor Hospital as happens at present.
But Louise, 23, of Bron y Graig,... read more

 
9 March 2013 in Regional, Views: 28
Source: Daily Post
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