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Blenheim midwives field pregnancy questions

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Overseas visitors wondering if the cost of their pregnancies will be publicly funded are among queries fielded by a free Blenheim midwifery clinic. Registered midwives Adriana Yianacou and Ava Zlotkowska-Eddy started up a weekly clinic last year at the Marlborough Community Health Hub, in Blenheim, where women could drop in and ask questions about their pregnancy. Yianacou said the clinic had a diverse range of clients, including people from overseas who were interested in finding out whether the costs of their pregnancy would be covered by the Government. Maternity care was publicly funded in New Zealand, with the Government covering the cost of services including scans and blood tests. The free clinic offered free pregnancy tests, information on how to get a midwife, consultations and breastfeeding support. Yianacou and Zlotkowska-Eddy were also able to organise blood tests and scans for mothers. A report released by the Nelson Marlborough District Health Board last year showed that one in three pregnant women living within the region were not enrolled with a midwife during their first trimester. The proportion of women enrolled with a midwife in Marlborough was slightly lower than the national average.

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Looked at the website 'find your midwife'. Phoned the mum2be number. Looked through a local brochure of midwives in my area. Phoned the hospital.

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