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East Midlands Neonatal Operational Delivery Network

A website for neonatal services and hospitals covering Nottinghamshire.

Formerly the Central Newborn Network & Trent Perinatal Network, the East Midlands Neonatal Operational Delivery Network (EMNODN) covers 11 neonatal units in England. These include King’s Mill Hospital in Mansfield, Nottingham City Hospital and the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham.

Neonatal Operational Delivery Networks (ODNs) are there to make sure that all babies and their families receive high quality care which is fair and accessible for all. Each ODN is made up of a group of neonatal units within a certain area and allows the units in it to work together and share knowledge and skills. By working together, hospitals can provide a streamlined service for babies and their families in a hospital most suited to their needs and as close to home as possible.

The network also provides support for parents and families with services such as talking therapy, dad’s support, sibling support and feeding. We can visit East Midlands Neonatal Operational Delivery Network for further details.

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Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust runs a confidential secure text messaging service for parents of children aged 0-19 years called Parentline. The service operates Monday to Friday between 9am and 4.30pm, excluding bank holidays. All texts will be responded to by a public health practitioner within 24 hours. Outside of the service working hours, you’ll receive a message back to inform you that your text will be responded to once the line reopens.

  • Parents and carers of children aged 0-19:



Should you require urgent health advice in the meantime, please contact your GP, visit an NHS walk-in centre or call NHS 111. For emergencies, dial 999 or visit A&E.

This page was last reviewed on 13-01-2022

This page will be next reviewed on 13-01-2025