Women's Health Programs
Women's Health Services
A Care Team Centered Around You
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Your Anesthesiologist plays a key role in your journey.
Anesthesiologists provide anesthesia for various pregnancy procedures, including epidurals for labor and delivery.
Care Manager and Social Worker
Your Care Manager and Social Worker plays a key role in your journey.
Care managers and social workers work together to coordinate NICU scheduling. They also assist with resources like support groups and counseling for new parents.
Certified Nurse Midwife
Your Certified Nurse Midwife plays a key role in your journey.
Certified nurse midwives assist with low-risk deliveries and help with preventative gynecological care. They focus on unmedicated, low-intervention births and stay with the birthing parent from labor through postpartum.
Your Dietician plays a key role in your journey.
Dieticians advise patients about nutrition best practices during pregnancy and while breastfeeding.
Your Laborist/Hospitalist plays a key role in your journey.
Laborists are staff that stay on-site for emergency care during deliveries until providers show up. Intermountain’s laborists stay in-house 24/7, which is a unique feature of our hospital system.
Your Lactation Consultant plays a key role in your journey.
Lactation consultants help advise and support new parents with breastfeeding. If breastfeeding complications arise, the lactation consultant is there to help.
Neonatal Advanced Practice Provider (APP)
Your Neonatal Advanced Practice Provider (APP) plays a key role in your journey.
Neonatal APPs assist physicians in the NICIU, support high-risk pregnancies, and respond to high-risk deliveries.
Your Neonatal Therapist plays a key role in your journey.
Neonatal therapists are specially trained to work with newborns on speech, physical, and respiratory therapy.