Course Director - Childbirth Emergencies in the Community

Kirstie Savege

Midwifery Outpatient Matron, Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust

Kirstie has been a midwife for over 22 years and is currently the Outpatient Matron at the Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH), Harlow.

Kirstie has recently commenced in her current role at PAH which as Matron includes overseeing the Birthing Unit and Community teams.  Kirstie is extremely passionate about normality, normalising the birth process and giving exceptional care to women throughout their pregnancy, birth and post birth period. She has vast experience in supporting staff to develop their confidence and knowledge both within the community and Birthing Centre environments as well as in the hospital setting.

Prior to joining PAH, Kirstie worked at Barts Health NHS Trust within a variety of positions from an Educational and Operational perspective. Kirstie’s background has mainly been within the community setting; her passion starting when she was a third year student midwife working alongside a group of midwives caseloading women. Her experiences during this time carved a pathway in Kirstie’s career focusing on working in out of hospital settings.

Kirstie is one of the Course Directors for the Baby Lifeline “Childbirth Emergencies in the Community” course, aiding in midwifery and paramedic training within a community setting.

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