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Prenatal care

Pregnancy is a special time, and it requires specialized prenatal care. We are here as your child grows and develops, to ensure both of you remain healthy throughout your pregnancy.

Prenatal care in Central Denver

Our welcoming prenatal program supports and prepares you for your baby's arrival.

Rose Women's Hospital has selected some of the region's best obstetricians (OBs) and midwives to work in our Rose Babies program, which provides comprehensive prenatal and childbirth care. We're here for you from the moment you decide to conceive or the moment you see the results of a positive pregnancy test.

Expert advice, available 24/7

Free medical advice is just a phone call away. Our nurses help you understand your symptoms, treatment options and procedures. They will also help you find a provider or specialist and schedule an appointment.

Free medical advice is just a phone call away. Our nurses help you understand your symptoms, treatment options and procedures. They will also help you find a provider or specialist and schedule an appointment.

Prenatal resources

We offer you a wide range of services — including classes and a newsletter — to keep you informed, healthy and on track for the childbirth experience you want.

Pregnancy newsletter

We invite you to sign up for our weekly pregnancy newsletter and learn more about our labor and delivery program. For more information about our maternity services, please call us at (303) 320-2001.

Parent education

Helping you feel prepared for childbirth and early parenthood is a top priority for us! We are dedicated to delivering high-quality parent education classes taught by deeply experienced instructors. We offer virtual and in-person options for most classes. Follow the links below to learn more and to schedule. Have questions? Contact us at (303) 320-2001 or email.

Childbirth classes

We recommend choosing one childbirth prep class. We offer a variety of options to meet our patients’ various schedules and learning preferences:

Caring for baby

These classes are a great place to start preparing for the arrival of your little one.

You can view all parent education classes and choose which ones are right for your family.

Community Partner Parent Education

Outside organizations we have partnered with offer faith-based parent preparation classes. These include:

Partners Only

Free Information Sessions

Rose Babies hospital tours

Peek inside our Rose Babies unit anytime with our virtual tour video. You can also join our monthly Facebook Live for a live, virtual tour of the Labor and Delivery unit with a Rose Babies nurse. Here, you can ask questions about the full Rose Babies experience. In-person tours are not currently available.

Our prenatal services

Rose wants you to feel as well-prepared and supported as possible throughout your pregnancy, labor and delivery and postpartum periods. We offer several unique prenatal programs and services designed to educate you, connect you to other pregnant individuals and prepare you for the healthiest possible outcomes for childbirth and beyond.

Perinatal behavioral health support

We care deeply about your emotional health throughout the pregnancy and postpartum journey. That’s why we offer a variety of emotional support services from building social connections to counseling for depression and anxiety.

Social connection: Rose Mamas Circles

Our Rose Mamas Circles are a great place to connect with other mamas and mamas-to-be. These professionally led virtual meetup sessions (based on your due date or delivery month) help build a social network with a unique focus on the emotional sides of pregnancy and the transition to motherhood. Sign up for your Rose Mamas Circle during your second or third trimester to start building connections before your baby arrives.

Outpatient counseling services

We offer one-on-one counseling for expecting mothers and fathers experiencing mild to moderate symptoms of depression or anxiety or struggling with other significant emotional stressors. Contact our perinatal behavioral health counselor at (303) 320-2224 or email our program coordinator to learn more about this service and schedule an appointment.

At our sister facility, we also offer more intensive group therapy programs at HealthONE Behavioral Health and Wellness Center. Our intensive outpatient program (IOP) is helpful for you if you have more severe symptoms.

High-risk pregnancy care

Some expectant moms may benefit from additional monitoring throughout pregnancy. Rose Babies Center for Maternal-Fetal Health offers experienced and compassionate high-risk pregnancy care for those who need it. For more information, you can contact our high-risk navigator at (720) 216-4290.

Gestational diabetes program

Gestational diabetes education and medication management is available through either the Rose Diabetes Center or the Rose Center for Maternal-Fetal Health. Your OB will refer you to the best location for you based on the severity of your condition and your health goals.

Your Rose Baby appointment

When you are in your third trimester, we welcome you to a special Your Rose Baby appointment. During this phone appointment (prior to your due date), you and one of our experienced labor and delivery nurses will discuss:

  • A brief health history
  • If you are considering doula care
  • If you are having a boy and considering circumcision
  • Questions about breastfeeding and bottle feeding
  • The admission process upon arrival
  • What to expect if you are having a cesarean section (C-section)
  • What to expect if you are having multiple babies
  • What type of birth experience you are planning to have

Appointments are approximately 45 minutes in duration and are available via telephone Monday through Thursday.

We ask that you go through the registration process on our website at least one week before requesting your appointment. You can also call (303) 320-2001 to register over the phone.

You can schedule a Your Rose Baby appointment online.