Post code lottery in maternity care in England, report reveals

A report has revealed that there is “substantial variation” in the care pregnant women receive depending on where they live.

The variation between NHS maternity units in England suggest that not all women are getting the best possible care, a review by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) found.

The review showed there were substantially different rates of emergency caesarian sections, instrumental deliveries and episiotomy.


Full story at ITV Report 23 March 2016