Your pregnancy, our priority
Pregnancy is an exciting, joyful event in your life. The obstetricians at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center know just how important every minute of this miraculous time is to you and your growing family. We encourage all of our OB-GYNs to hold maternal safety in the highest regard as they develop a true partnership with you based on respect and a deep understanding of your unique pregnancy and childbirth needs. When you choose an OB-GYN from Saint Joseph Medical Center, you can be confident you’re beginning a relationship that’s based on trust, shared decision making, and medical excellence. You and your baby are safe in our hands. Find an OBGYN ›
Labor, Delivery, Recovery at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center
Hundreds of babies are born each month in our labor and delivery rooms. Our experienced physicians and skilled nurses help make this joyous event a healthy and personal time. Our Labor/Delivery/Recovery (LDR) Suites provide a home-like setting while being equipped with state-of-the-art monitoring and delivery capabilities. We believe in Mother/Baby Care, which means that mothers can keep newborn by their sides as much as they wish and nurses teach new moms how to be at ease with their baby.
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Our Web Nursery allows family and friends to see baby's first pictures on the newborn's own web page.
Our Board-Certified perinatologists are specialists in caring for any type of high-risk obstetrics and prenatal diagnosis, when there are health concerns for the mother, the baby, or both. Providence Saint Joseph offers genetic counseling, available to those with a family history of genetic or medical problems. Our hospital also offers breakthrough 4-D ultrasound technology that allows parents and physicians to see a baby in three-dimensional clarity before it's born.
Call 844-323-7768 to schedule a tour, sign up for a class, find a physician or schedule an appointment with our maternity experts.
Baby development tracker, checklists and health tips for new moms.
You’d never guess Katie Chiang spent her first 10 weeks of life in a Providence neo-natal intensive care unit. At 4, Kaylee Chiang picked up her first violin. At 6, she played Carnegie Hall.