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Prevea’s team of providers offers compassionate care during your pregnancy, labor, delivery and after baby is born.

Prevea obstetrics: pregnancy and childbirth

Individualized care and support for your pregnancy journey.
Experienced providers who make your pregnancy care everything you’re expecting.

When you are ready to start a family, we’re here to guide you and answer all of your questions. From family planning and fertility care, prenatal and high-risk pregnancy care, to the moment you welcome your little one into the world, we’ll give you the resources and support you need to have the best possible experience every step of the way.

Prevea’s team of OB providers includes board-certified obstetricians, certified nurse-midwives, nurse practitioners, physician assistants and maternal fetal medicine physicians to help you with your prenatal and postpartum care. They care for pregnant women at several health centers throughout Wisconsin, and our obstetricians and midwives deliver babies at HSHS St. Vincent Hospital in Green Bay and HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital in Sheboygan.

Pregnancy is a special time, and we want you to feel comfortable during your prenatal visits knowing that you are receiving individualized pregnancy care. When talking with your doctor, midwife or others on your OB care team, you can be sure they are fully dedicated to caring for you and your baby, so you’re in good hands. This includes access to a high-risk pregnancy team and NICU care, should the need arise. By listening to your needs and wishes, Prevea Women’s Care tailors your care throughout your pregnancy journey to the moment you see your precious baby for the first time.

Labor and delivery

During your pregnancy, your provider will discuss your goals for labor and delivery and help you develop a birth plan to meet those goals. When it is time for your baby to be born, your labor and delivery will take place at our partner hospitals in Green Bay and Sheboygan, where you’ll find Women and Infant Centers to accommodate your every need. You will be welcomed by warm and friendly staff, and you can choose the options for pain relief and support that work for you and your family. This could include a medication-free labor, IV medication, an epidural, nitrous oxide and other comfort measures.

Learn more about having your baby at our Women and Infant Centers in Green Bay and Sheboygan.

Key services

Routine pregnancy care and childbirth

Prevea’s team of providers will work with you to make sure you feel confident as you move through your pregnancy, labor, delivery and postpartum care after baby arrives.

High risk pregnancy care

Everyone hopes for a healthy pregnancy, but should the unexpected happen, we’re here for you if you need a high risk/maternal fetal medicine doctor, NICU or neonatal virtual care, or pregnancy and infant loss support.

Breastfeeding support

If you're thinking about breastfeeding or have questions or concerns with breastfeeding, Prevea and our partner HSHS hospitals offer breastfeeding counseling and support.

Babyscripts™ pregnancy app

Track your pregnancy progress in real time and get answers to your questions from credible sources with Prevea’s customized pregnancy app. Contact your OB provider to get a passcode and then download the Babyscripts myJourney app in the iOS App Store or Google Play Store.
  • American Institute of Ultrasound in Medicine (AIUM) Accredited Gynecologic Ultrasound Department
  • Breastfeeding counseling and support
  • Childbirth education classes
  • Family planning
  • Infertility or fertility concerns
  • Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in Eastern Wisconsin
  • Resources during and after delivery

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Prevea Women's Care is dedicated to listening to your needs and wishes for your pregnancy. Our obstetrics providers see patients at health centers throughout Wisconsin, so you can find compassionate care close to home.