Virtua’s maternity care services are designed to meet the needs of you and your family. The region’s finest obstetricians, high-risk obstetricians, neonatologists, pediatricians, anesthesiologists, and maternal-newborn nurses will care for you every step of the way. Our highly skilled maternity care team is available for you and your baby 24 hours a day.
Learn more about Virtua’s top-notch maternity services designed to meet the needs of you and your family.
VirtuaBaby provides an essential guide for pregnant women with trusted information you'll need for a healthy pregnancy.
Virtua’s maternal-fetal medicine doctors care for pregnant women who are high risk because of chronic disease, multiples, being over age 35 at conception, or who have a family history of genetic disorders.
Pregnant women with heart disease face difficult challenges. Virtua's high-risk pregnancy and heart care team provides monitoring and coordinated care to ensure a healthy pregnancy and safe delivery.
Prenatal care is vital for the health of a mother and baby and significantly reduces risk factors associated with pregnancy and childbirth.
80% of moms experience the baby blues in the first few days following delivery. Learn what’s normal and when you should call your doctor.
Online resources to help expectant mothers delivering at Virtua find the answers they need.
Along with helping fragile infants grow stronger, our staff compassionately supports you during this emotionally challenging time no matter how long your baby is with us.
Breastfeeding is one of the most natural acts you can provide for your little one. Learn the basics and discover useful tips and how breastfeeding will benefit your baby and you.
Virtua offers a variety of expert-led maternity classes and support groups for moms, dads and grandparents. Topics include childbirth preparation, prenatal yoga, labor basics, breastfeeding, postpartum depression support and more.
When you are 5 to 7 months pregnant, you should preregister online with
the hospital where you’ll deliver your baby.
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