Scottish Perinatal Network

The National Maternity Network (NMN) and National Neonatal Network (NNN) are governed together as the Scottish Perinatal Network (SPN).

Together, the Networks encourage collaboration across maternity and neonatal care services and support the best possible outcomes for mothers, babies and families.

Maternity

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Neonatal

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About Neonatal

Our Background

The NMN and NNN are managed by NHS National Services Scotland (NSS) on behalf of the Scottish Government and the 14 local NHS Boards in Scotland to support implementation of The Best Start and to encourage collaboration across maternity and neonatal care services to deliver the best possible outcomes for mothers, babies and families.

Published by the Scottish Government in January 2017, The Best Start details a five-year forward plan for the improvement of maternity and neonatal (perinatal) services in Scotland.

You can find The Best Start plan: here

 

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NHS National Services Scotland Strategic Networks

The Scottish Perinatal Network is one of five strategic networks managed by NHS National Services Scotland on behalf of the Scottish Government and the 14 local NHS Boards in Scotland. The other Strategic Networks are the Scottish Trauma Network, Scottish Health in Custody Network, Scottish Veterans Care Network and Fertility Scotland. Take a look at the diagram below of the full team and be sure to visit the other Strategic Network websites (linked above) to find out more about their work.

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