No decision in ‘Guernsey Way’ midwife case until September

Guernsey

Three midwives accused of blundering in the deaths of two babies on a scandal-hit maternity ward will have to wait until the autumn for a decision from their governing body. The death of one child in Guernsey might have been prevented if another fatality two years before had been properly investigated, the Nursing and Midwifery Council has heard. But midwives on the Loveridge Ward at Princess Elizabeth Hospital (PEH) followed a culture described as ‘The Guernsey Way’. They would administer…

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