Hello, my name is Aileen Lawrie and I am the Head of Midwifery/Nursing for women and children in Fife. What matters to me is that every woman, child and their family feels supported and cared for by the team here in NHS Fife.
My name is Lorna Eldridge and I am acting head of all antenatal and pregnancy outpatients services across 3 units in fife. I ensure that good quality of care is received by women in Fife from community midwives and from all clinic staff.
Hi my name is Donna Robertson and I am the infant feeding coordinator. I aim to ensure all women are supported in their choice for feeding. I adhere to UNICEF's baby friendly guidelines which are followed by all staff within the directorate.
My name is Elaine Ireland and I am responsible for the smooth running of the antenatal clinic. This includes both high and low risk clinics, working alongside consultants and specialist midwives to ensure that all pregnant women within our catchment area receive the best care.
My name is Veronica keyte, I am the senior charge nurse in Midwife Led Unit. I like to ensure that all women are supported in their choices for birth and that we offer a holistic, friendly and welcoming environment for women to birth in.
On the left of the picture as you look is Rhona Falconer she is the sister in charge of daycare services. On the right is Caroline Hutt she is responsible for the smooth running of maternity assessment.
Marianne Brews she is the midwife in charge of daycare at Dunfermline
Helen Lowrie is the smoking cessation midwife. Her role is to offer support to all women who are smokers, at any stage of the pregnancy. She receives referrals from other midwives but, women can contact her directly if they would like help in giving up smoking.
Gwen Smith is parenthood coordinator. Gwen runs classes in different areas of Fife to help support and educate women in all aspects of labour and the early postnatal period