Pregnancy and Childbirth

Pregnancy is a time of excitement and happiness, but that excitement also contains a multitude of questions. Get answers to your pregnancy and childbirth questions.

CenteringPregnancy

CenteringPregnancy is a prenatal group approach that provides health assessments, interactive learning and community building for mothers-to-be. Learn more about this approach.

Flu and Pregnancy

The flu can cause serious problems to pregnant women, putting them at higher risk of hospitalization. Learn how you can help protect yourself from the flu or manage flu-like symptoms while you’re pregnant.

Gestational Diabetes

All pregnant women are checked for gestational diabetes, with the screening usually taking place between 24 and 28 weeks. Learn more about gestational diabetes, who is at risk and how it can affect your pregnancy.

Infertility

When you long for a baby, learn what may be holding you back and treatments that can help.

Labor and Delivery

It’s time to meet your baby! What to know and how to plan for the big event.

Let's Talk About Sex – After Baby 

Being sexually intimate after giving birth can be an adjustment. Taking your time and easing into a new routine can be key. Learn more.

Midwife

Midwives are certified health care providers who provide women’s health services, including child birthing and delivery care. Learn more about midwives and if choosing one for your practitioner is right for you.

Morning Sickness

Morning sickness is a common condition that women experience during their pregnancy. Learn more about it and what you can do to relieve it.

Multiples Pregnancy

Becoming pregnant with twins, triplets or even more is called multiple gestation and this type of pregnancy is on the rise – but it’s not without its risks. Learn more about multiple gestation births and the potential risks for both mom and baby.

Placenta Previa

Placenta previa is a condition that affects about 1 in every 200 pregnant women. Learn more about this condition and what puts a woman at increased risk.

Preconception

Preconception is the time in a woman’s life when she is not actively trying to prevent pregnancy. Learn more about how to make healthy lifestyle choices and prepare for pregnancy.

Pregnancy and Obesity

Obesity can affect a woman’s ability to get pregnant and can cause complications during pregnancy. Learn more obesity and the affect it can have on pregnancy.

Prenatal Care

You’re pregnant! Learn more about what’s ahead and healthy choices for you and your baby.

Safe Sleep

A safe sleep environment is a comfortable, safe sleeping area that decreases a baby’s chance of suffering from Sudden Unexpected Infant Death. Learn more about to prep your environment for the safety of your newborn baby.

Schedule an appointment

To schedule an appointment with a OB/GYN or midwife, call (866) 608-FIND(866) 608-FIND or complete the form below to receive a call from our scheduling department to make an appointment.