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Prenatal Postpartum
Prenatal and Postpartum Care

Health care for pregnant women.

Prenatal Care keeps you healthy if you’re pregnant and makes sure that your baby arrives in the world safe and sound.

Prenatal and postpartum care

Taking care of your baby starts with taking care of you. That’s why visits with our Prenatal and Postpartum Care providers are so important. They help catch health problems early and cut the risk of complications with your pregnancy or your baby’s birth, and mom’s health after delivery. Some of our locations can help with the delivery of your baby – ask your nearest location to see what services they offer.

Prenatal and Postpartum Care is especially important if you have conditions that could threaten you or your baby. You get the most good from Prenatal Care and Postpartum if you have issues like diabetes or high blood pressure, or are over age 35. Prenatal and Postpartum care can help pregnant women, women after delivery, and babies who aren’t born yet.

FIND PRENATAL AND POSTPARTUM CARE NEAR YOU

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Care up to and after delivery.

  • Early diagnoses of possible birth complications
  • Advice on how to stay healthy during pregnancy. Guidance on eating healthy foods, staying active, and weight control
  • Reassurance that your pregnancy is going well
  • Tips on what to expect and what to do before you give birth
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Prenatal and postpartum providers.

Obstetricians and Gynecologists are specially trained to take care of pregnant women and deliver babies. They also have expertise in women’s reproductive health. Some Family Medicine providers specialize in Obstetrics (OB) and will be with you, supporting you during the delivery of your baby – ask your provider to see what services they offer. They’re doctors who have special training in taking care of you if you’re pregnant and after you deliver your baby.

Meet our friendly providers ready to help you.

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