Obstetrics, Gynecology and Nurse Midwifery Team recognized by U.S. News & World Report for 2022-2023
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center is rated as high performing in maternity care by U.S. News & World Report in 2022-2023.
COVID-19 and pregnancy
Our team is here to create a safe and welcoming experience for you and your baby. We understand you have many questions and concerns about exposure to COVID-19 during your pregnancy. We've created FAQs and a video to help answer your questions about pregnancy and breast milk. Please reach out to your provider if you have any additional questions or concerns.
Having a baby is a special experience and journey for which we provide compassionate care, information and support. Our Nurse-Midwife Service has provided care to women and their families since 1983. Our midwives are experts at pregnancy and childbirth. We work with couples to transition into becoming a family and our guiding principle is that birth is a normal process.
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Our obstetric services
- Obstetricians, nurse midwives, nurse and family practitioners in multiple locations who practice a range of services to meet your choices and specific needs for care
- A high risk pregnancy (Maternal Fetal Medicine) team
- Reproductive Genetics designed to determine if you are at higher risk for a baby with certain health concerns or disabilities
- Classes and support for pregnancy and post-partum
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center is a Baby-Friendly Designated Hospital
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center is recognized as a Baby-Friendly® facility by Baby-Friendly USA, Inc. Baby-Friendly USA is a world-wide program sponsored by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) which recognizes hospitals and birth centers that provide mothers the information, confidence, and skills necessary to successfully initiate and continue breastfeeding their babies.