Does my hospital allow cord blood collection?

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As the UK’s largest private cord blood bank, we provide cord blood collection and storage services throughout the country, and can provide coverage at all maternity hospitals in the UK and Northern Ireland.

Because most maternity staff are used to seeing our phlebotomists and Collection Kits in their hospitals, we are trusted to provide a seamless cord blood collection service that enables your attending midwives and consultants to look after you and baby on the big day.

Click the map to find out if your hospital allows cord blood collection.

Who assigns your phlebotomist?

A small number of maternity units have staff who are licensed to carry out cord blood collection themselves. However, for most hospitals you will require one of our highly qualified cord blood phlebotomists who are specifically trained to perform the cord blood collection.

Should you require our phlebotomy service, on booking, you will be allocated a specific phlebotomist, who will become your primary point of contact to manage your cord blood collection. They will be on call 24 hours a day until the collection has been made.  You will also be allocated a back-up, who you can call should your primary phlebotomist be unavailable for any reason.

What hospitals allow cord blood collection?

The list below contains all of the maternity hospitals that we frequently collect umbilical cord blood from. If you don’t see your hospital listed, please call us on 01444 873950 and we will contact them on your behalf.

We are also able to collect donations at hospitals within a 100-mile radius of our laboratory in the South East of England.

We offer a range of cord blood pricing packages to suit any budget – starting at just £550. Visit our Cord Blood Pricing page for details.

As the UK’s largest private cord blood bank, we provide cord blood collection and storage services throughout the country, and can provide coverage at all maternity hospitals in the UK and Northern Ireland.

Because most maternity staff are used to seeing our phlebotomists and Collection Kits in their hospitals, we are trusted to provide a seamless cord blood collection service that enables your attending midwives and consultants to look after you and baby on the big day.request-welcome-pack

Click the map to find out if your hospital allows cord blood collection.

Who assigns your phlebotomist?

A small number of maternity units have staff who are licensed to carry out cord blood collection themselves. However, for most hospitals you will require one of our highly qualified cord blood phlebotomists who are specifically trained to perform the cord blood collection.

Should you require our phlebotomy service, on booking, you will be allocated a specific phlebotomist, who will become your primary point of contact to manage your cord blood collection. They will be on call 24 hours a day until the collection has been made.  You will also be allocated a back-up, who you can call should your primary phlebotomist be unavailable for any reason.

What hospitals allow cord blood collection?

The list below contains all of the maternity hospitals that we frequently collect umbilical cord blood from. If you don’t see your hospital listed, please call us on 01444 873950 and we will contact them on your behalf.

We are also able to collect donations at hospitals within a 100-mile radius of our laboratory in the South East of England.

We offer a range of cord blood pricing packages to suit any budget – starting at just £550. Visit our Cord Blood Pricing page for details.

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Cord blood collection in Scotland 

Cord blood collection in North East England

Cord blood collection in North West England

Cord blood collection in Yorkshire and the Humber

  • Bradford Royal Infirmary
  • Calderdale Royal Hospital
  • Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital
  • Doncaster Royal Infirmary
  • Friarage Hospital
  • Hull Royal Infirmary
  • Leeds General Infirmary
  • Rotherham General Hospital
  • Royal Hallamshire Hospital
  • Scarborough Hospital
  • Scunthorpe General Hospital
  • St James’ University Hospital
  • The James Cook University Hospital
  • York Hospital

Cord blood collection in East Midlands

  • Bassetlaw Hospital
  • Chesterfield Royal Hospital
  • Kettering General Hospital
  • King’s Mill Hospital
  • Leicester General Hospital
  • Leicester Royal Infirmary
  • Lincoln County Hospital
  • Northampton General Hospital
  • Nottingham City Hospital
  • Peterborough City Hospital
  • Pilgrim Hospital
  • Queens Medical Centre
  • Royal Derby Hospital

Cord blood collection in West Midlands

  • Alexandra Hospital (Redditch)
  • Birmingham Children’s Hospital
  • Birmingham City Hospital
  • Birmingham Women’s Hospital
  • Burton Hospital
  • George Eliot Hospital
  • Good Hope Hospital
  • Heartlands Hospital
  • Hereford County Hospital
  • New Cross Hospital
  • Princess Royal Hospital (Telford)
  • Royal Shrewsbury Hospital
  • Russells Hall Hospital
  • Shrewsbury Hospital
  • University Hospital Coventry
  • Walsall Manor Hospital
  • Warwick Hospital
  • Worcestershire Royal Hospital

Cord blood collection in Eastern England

  • Addenbrooke’s & The Rosie Hospital
  • Basildon Hospital
  • Bedford Hospital
  • Broomfield Hospital
  • Colchester General Hospital
  • Hinchingbrooke Hospital
  • Ipswich Hospital
  • James Paget Hospital
  • Lister Hospital
  • Luton and Dunstable Hospital
  • Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital
  • Princess Alexandra Hospital
  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital (King’s Lynn)
  • Southend Hospital
  • St Peter’s Hospital (Maldon)
  • Watford General Hospital
  • West Suffolk Hospital

Cord blood collection in South East England

  • Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital
  • Conquest Hospital
  • Darent Valley Hospital
  • East Surrey Hospital
  • Epsom General Hospital
  • Frimley Park Hospital
  • Kingston Hospital
  • Medway Maritime Hospital
  • Milton Keynes Hospital
  • New Forest Birth Centre
  • North Middlesex University Hospital
  • Princess Anne Hospital
  • Princess Royal Hospital (Haywards Heath)
  • Queen Alexandra Hospital
  • Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Hospital
  • Royal Berkshire Hospital
  • Royal Hampshire County Hospital
  • Royal Surrey County Hospital
  • Royal Sussex County Hospital
  • St Helier Hospital
  • St Peter’s Hospital (Chertsey)
  • St Richard’s Hospital
  • Stoke Mandeville Hospital
  • Tunbridge Wells Hospital (formerly Pembury)
  • West Middlesex University Hospital
  • Whipps Cross Hospital
  • Whittington Hospital
  • William Harvey Hospital
  • Worthing Hospital
  • Wycombe Hospital

Cord blood collection in South West England

  • Cheltenham General Hospital
  • Derriford Hospital
  • Dorset County Hospital
  • Gloucestershire Royal Hospital
  • Great Western Hospital
  • Musgrove Park Hospital
  • North Devon District Hospital
  • Poole General Hospital
  • Royal Cornwall Hospital
  • Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital
  • Royal United Hospital
  • Salisbury District Hospital
  • Southmead Hospital
  • St Michael’s Hospital (Bristol)
  • Torbay District General Hospital
  • Weston General Hospital
  • Yeovil District Hospital

Cord blood collection in London

Cord blood collection in Wales

  • Bronglais General Hospital
  • Glan Clwyd Hospital
  • Glangwili General Hospital
  • Port Talbot Hospital, Neath
  • Prince Charles Hospital
  • Princess of Wales Hospital
  • Royal Glamorgan Hospital
  • Royal Gwent Hospital
  • Singleton Hospital
  • The Grange University Hospital
  • St Mary’s Hospital (Newport)
  • University Hospital of Wales
  • Wrexham Maelor Hospital
  • Ysbyty Gwynedd Hospital (Bangor Hospital)

Cord blood collection in Northern Ireland

  • Altnagelvin Area Hospital
  • Antrim Area Hospital
  • Bangor Hospital
  • Craigavon Area Hospital
  • Mater Infirmorum Hospital
  • Musgrave Park Hospital
  • Royal Jubilee Maternity Hospital
  • Royal Victoria Hospital (Belfast)
  • South West Acute Hospital
  • Ulster Hospital

Cord blood collection in Jersey and Guernsey

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