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New WCH Project - Pregnancy and Infant Loss Survey

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nWCH News
Posted 9 May 2023

To help inform the design and services of the New Women’s and Children’s Hospital, we would like to hear from parents or carers who have experienced pregnancy loss or infant loss.

Thank you to everyone who took the time to share their personal experiences and feedback - we appreciate that remembering this time would have been difficult. We will use your incredibly valuable responses to help to inform the design of our new hospital.

This survey has now closed, however if you would still like to share your feedback, please email

The feedback you provide about your experience will help the New WCH Project Team to better understand which facilities and services will provide the most comfort and support to bereaved parents during their time in hospital.

We understand that the smallest of details can mean a great deal to recently bereaved parents and carers, and the environment in which care is delivered can make a big difference.

Responses are anonymous and confidential, and will only be shared with the New WCH Project Team.

This survey was being delivered in partnership with the Red Tree Foundation.