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Pregnancy Care Specialties

We're experts in all things related to pregnancy. Growing your family is more than just medical: it's emotional and personal. That's why we offer options that fit your personality and pregnancy, from OB/GYNs, to certified nurse midwives and group prenatal care, to advanced care for a high-risk pregnancy. When it's time to have your baby, we'll provide guidance in family birthing suites that feel like home or deliver in a state-of-the-art operating room. We'll continue to support you and your little one with skin-to-skin bonding, soothing care and breastfeeding support. 

Whether you're looking for a natural birth experience or need high-tech care, it's all at Spectrum Health. It's a special time in your life, that deserves special attention, and it's exactly what we love to give. 

Care for Complex Pregnancies

Our maternal-fetal medicine specialists care for women with pregnancy complications, including multiple births. Our advanced monitoring, treatment and interventions are designed to keep both mother and baby healthy. If needed, newborns can receive advanced care from the neonatal intensive care unit at Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital, the region’s only Level IV NICU.

Labor and Delivery

As you go through labor and delivery, we want to make sure we are addressing all your needs: delivering not only a healthy baby, but also a warm, memorable and positive experience. You and your baby are our priority and we want to support you in your birth plan. We offer birthing centers in locations from Grand Rapids to Ludington, each with private birthing suites, experienced nurses and other amenities for your comfort and safety as you bring your child into the world. 

Centering Pregnancy

The CenteringPregnancy® program is a “small group” approach to prenatal care for expecting mothers. By connecting pregnant women with clinicians and other women in the group, participants are encouraged by the staff leaders and their peers to seek proper care when needed, follow recommendations, and engage in activities that will help ensure a healthy birth.

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