Care During Your Pregnancy

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OB/GYNs & Midwives
After a positive pregnancy test, your first step will be to see an OB/GYN or midwife. Find an OB/GYN or midwife to care for your pregnancy and learn what to expect at your appointments.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine
Throughout your pregnancy, several tests are required to monitor your baby’s health and the health of the mother.
CenteringPregnancy Group Prenatal Care
Centering is a form of prenatal care that starts at the beginning of the second trimester. It includes both one-on-one care and group sessions with other expectant moms.
Nurse-Family Partnership
Nurse-Family Partnership is a free home care program for women who are having their first baby and who are eligible for WIC or Medicaid.
Mother and Baby Home Care
If your pregnancy is at risk for complications or your baby requires extra care, you may feel nervous or confused. Our home care nurses are here to help. They can guide you through your pregnancy and support you in keeping your newborn safe and healthy.
Physical Therapy for Pregnancy & Postpartum Discomfort
Physical therapy can provide relief from the aches and pains of pregnancy. It treats the causes of pain to help relieve the strain on your body and make your pregnancy more enjoyable.
Pregnancy & Prescription Drugs
Treatment for prescription drug dependency is an important step for you and your baby. At Catholic Health, we have expert doctors and nurses to help you and your baby with any problems that may occur.