From the moment you walk through our doors, our highly-trained doctors, midwives, and specialists are there to provide personalized guidance, compassionate care, and a nurturing community to make your pregnancy journey as safe and healthy as possible.
A healthy pregnancy begins long before you see those two little lines on your pregnancy test. Set an exam with your provider to go over your personal and family medical history, make sure your immunizations are up-to-date, discuss whether you’re interested in genetic testing and screen for infections including sexually transmitted diseases.
Women and Children Services
As you begin on your path to parenthood, we’re here with you every step of the way, helping you have the safe and empowering experience you’ve dreamed of.
Your health provider can help guide you on the lifestyle changes you might want to make to have a healthier pregnancy.
Some examples include:
Feel prepared and ready for the big day. We offer education, classes, and support group events for expecting parents.
When it comes to pregnancy care, experience matters. Our providers bring a wealth of knowledge and heartfelt dedication to deliver the best possible care.
Certified nurse-midwives provide gynecologic and low-risk prenatal care. At Intermountain Health, they also deliver babies in our hospitals or birth centers, giving you the safe and supported birth experience you desire.
*Some services, like CNMs, are not offered at all locations. Look to see if there is a midwife clinic near you.
Choosing the right doctor for your baby is an important decision. You'll be visiting your baby’s physician at least six times in the first year for routine well-baby visits.
While some parents know which doctor they want for their baby right away, others start the search during pregnancy. Making your decision well before your baby is born allows you to make an informed, well-considered choice.
When your heart is set on starting a family, but things aren’t going according to plan, we’re here for you.
Many couples struggle to get pregnant. Our caring providers can help answer your questions, address any underlying fertility challenges you may have, and guide you toward a solution that works for you.
Chances are you’re doing everything you can to keep you and your little one healthy. Although most pregnancies and birth experiences go smoothly, if complications come up, our neonatal specialists and intensive care units (NICUs) are equipped to provide expert care for even the littlest of patients.