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Prenatal care

Pregnancy is a special time, and it requires specialized prenatal care. We're here to keep you and your child healthy throughout your pregnancy. Prenatal services may include checkups, nutritional supplements and childbirth education.

Obstetrics and maternity care in Denver

HealthONE is honored to share in your pregnancy milestones.

Our hospitals in the metro Denver area offer attentive, patient-focused prenatal care. Our compassionate providers — including obstetricians (OBs), midwives and perinatologists — are ready to listen to your birth plan while closely monitoring your pregnancy, ensuring healthy outcomes for mom and baby.

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.

Pregnancy-related conditions we can treat

Our prenatal medicine specialists provide care for routine and high-risk pregnancies. Pregnancy conditions we can monitor and treat include:

  • Anemia
  • Amniotic fluid abnormalities
  • Chorioamnionitis
  • Ectopic pregnancy
  • Galactorrhea
  • Gestational diabetes
  • Hyperemesis gravidarum
  • Incompetent cervix
  • Mastitis
  • Miscarriage
  • Multiple pregnancies
  • Placental conditions
  • Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
  • Preeclampsia
  • Pregnancy after premature birth
  • Rh incompatibility
  • Thyroid disorders during pregnancy
  • Toxoplasmosis
  • Vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC)

Our pregnancy and maternity services

We offer complete maternity care through our network of experienced providers. You can receive prenatal care from obstetrician-gynecologists (OB/GYNs) as well as certified nurse midwives (CNMs).

Prenatal appointments

At your visits, your provider will check how your pregnancy is progressing by listening to your baby's heartbeat and taking ultrasounds. We also monitor your vitals and, on certain visits, we perform blood tests and other screenings. If we encounter anything abnormal, we address these hurdles together.

These visits are also your time to ask questions you may have, as well as discuss your vision for labor and your childbirth experience. We collaborate on a birth plan that aligns with your values while always keeping the health of you and your baby in mind.

Talk to your doctor about these key points and how they fit into your pregnancy:

  • Eating healthy
  • Exercising
  • Protecting yourself and your baby
  • Receiving regular prenatal care and tests
  • Waiting until 39 weeks to induce a healthy pregnancy

Labor and delivery unit tours

Knowing where to go, what to bring and what to expect during your stay can help you feel more prepared when it is time to come to the hospital. Our complimentary childbirth tours help you get acquainted with the hospital and ask any questions about labor and delivery, as well as hospital and childbirth amenities.

Maternal-fetal care for high-risk pregnancies

If your pregnancy is considered high risk, we have maternal-fetal health specialists — also called perinatologists — who can collaborate with your OB/GYN for your care. Our maternal fetal care program at the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children offers various services to ensure the safety and health of high-risk moms and high-risk babies during pregnancy.

Parenting and birthing education classes

During pregnancy, your baby, your body and your life are changing. Taking care of yourself is the best thing you can do for the two of you. We partner with the March of Dimes to educate you on how to give your baby the healthiest start in life through proper prenatal care and lifestyle choices.

We want to help you feel as prepared as possible for your baby's arrival. As part of that, our hospitals offer a variety of maternity and parenting classes to help you prepare for labor, delivery, newborn care and beyond.

Midwifery care

Our hospitals welcome midwifery services for pregnancy and childbirth care. A certified nurse midwife (CNM) is trained in nursing and midwifery and can care for you before, during and after your pregnancy, consulting with an OB/GYN when necessary. A CNM could be a good provider for you if you are interested in a low-intervention pregnancy and childbirth experience.


Weekly pregnancy and childbirth newsletter

Expectant moms have a lot of questions, so we offer a free weekly newsletter for expectant and new parents. The newsletter includes helpful articles, links to sign up for classes, instructions for labor and delivery and much more.

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