A mother, father and nurse look on adoringly at their newborn child

​​​​​​​​​​​One of the most life-changing events in a woman’s life is having a baby. UW Medicine provides comprehensive, personalized care at every stage of pregnancy, from before conception to ​after delivery.​​

Personal Care, Safe Deliveries

Every woman and pregnancy is different. UW Medicine provides many options to meet your health needs and respect your preferences throughout your pregnancy, whether low- or high-risk. We know that choosing a provider for pregnancy is a very personal decision, and at UW Medicine you will find a team ready to support you and provide the best care for you and your baby. Our providers include reproductive care specialists​, obstetrician-gynecologists (OB/GYNs), nurse midwives, family medicine physicians​, and maternal fetal medicine specialists​. Our team of experts is dedicated to your well-being and to the safe delivery of your baby.

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Special Care for Complicated Pregnancies

UW Medicine offers special programs for pregnant women who may be at high risk for preterm delivery or have other conditions, such as diabetes, hypertension, and diseases of the heart, kidneys, lungs and immune system. Your provider will help you build a team of experts to address any health issues that may affect your pregnancy. You can learn more about our programs by clicking on the links below:

In addition to providing outstanding patient care, our UW Medicine obstetrics team is at the forefront of innovative research to improve care and advance scientific knowledge in the prevention and treatment of diseases that affect pregnant women and their newborns around the world.

Convenient Care Locations

UW Medicine offers pregnancy care in clinics across the Puget Sound region, and offers specialized care by maternal fetal medicine specialists at several satellite locations throughout the state. When it is time for you to deliver, we provide family-centered care in our three birth centers, located at Northwest Hospital, UW Medical Center and Valley Medical Center.