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Your Pregnancy Journey: A Resource Guide

We believe that the more you know about the natural course of pregnancy, the better prepared you will be to understand your changing body.

We encourage you (and your support person) to ask questions during office visits, attend classes, and learn as much as you can about pregnancy, childbirth, and parenting. We welcome partners to take part in the entire childbirth experience - from attending appointments and classes to supporting their partner.

Nurse midwives, obstetricians, specialists in pregnancy complications and family medicine doctors are all here to care for you. Our nurses, childbirth educators, lactation specialists, pediatricians and resident physicians will play an important role in your care.

The pregnancy and birth experience is unique for each woman and her family. We will respect your decisions, with your safety first, to determine how you experience this journey. We are honored to participate in this experience with you.

As you begin your pregnancy journey with our providers, we will give you a binder of helpful information about pregnancy, testing, early parenthood and more. We've also made it available here as a convenient reference.

Pregnancy Journey cover photoYour Pregnancy Journey: A Resource Guide for You (PDF)

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