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Pregnancy & Childbirth - Obstetrics

Before you have the belly, you're bound to have questions.

Whether you are considering starting a family, about to meet your newborn or are somewhere in between—there are likely countless things you are wondering about. Questions like, “Are we ready?,” “How much does it cost to have a baby?,” or even, “Will our relationship change?” are 100 percent natural. Rest assured, you have come to the right place to find the answers. We’re here to give you the information, resources and support you need every step of the way.

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If the Unexpected Happens

Although most babies are born healthy, you may find the need to use programs such as maternal fetal medicine, neonatal intensive care (NICU), or pregnancy and infant loss support. During these emotional times, rest assured that our caring and experienced specialists will be here for you and your family no matter what you need.

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If the unexpected happens

Birthing Centers

St. Mary's Birthing Center in Green Bay

St. Mary's Birthing Center in Green Bay

HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital in Green Bay was designed with you and your to… learn more

St. Nicholas Birthing Center in Sheboygan

St. Nicholas Birthing Center in Sheboygan

HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital in Sheboygan offers highly personalized care… learn more

St. Vincent Birthing Center in Green Bay

St. Vincent Birthing Center in Green Bay

HSHS St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay provides expert childbirth care … learn more

Birthing Classes

The anticipation is building, but you certainly don’t have to wait until delivery day to start getting ready for the birth of your baby. In our classes, you’ll learn a wealth of information—from Lamaze and other childbirth techniques on the big day, to preparing your home for baby and everything in between.

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Choosing Your Prenatal Doctor

There are several types of providers qualified in obstetric care, including obstetrician, certified nurse-midwife, family practitioner and maternal fetal medicine physician. Of course, finding the right person is just as important as the title of provider you choose.

How to choose your obstetrician

Meet our Obstetrics & Gynecology Family