The Jessop Wing opened in 2001 and is a purpose built maternity unit where approximately 7,000 babies are born every year.
In addition to a 22 bed labour ward, there are three postnatal wards and one antenatal ward, an admission Triage area and a High Dependency Unit. One of the postnatal wards specialises in caring for women who have had a caesarean section. In addition the Jessop Wing Community Midwifery Service attend approximately 200 homebirths per year.
The Jessop Wing also provides neonatal intensive care and special care for sick and premature babies born in Sheffield and those transferred from other units who require this expertise.
On the ground floor of the Jessop Wing is the Antenatal Clinic and Gynaecology Outpatient Clinic. The Gynaecology Service also includes two wards on G Floor of the Royal Hallamshire Hospital.
The Jessop Wing also has an Assisted Conception Unit for women who require this specialist treatment.
The Jessop Wing has disabled access and there are facilities for the disabled.