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Pregnancy and birth care

When you’re preparing to add a new member to your family, turn to the compassionate experts at ProHealth Care. You’ll learn why more women in Waukesha County choose us to deliver their babies.

Prenatal care providers

Get a healthy start by choosing one of these types of doctors to guide you through pregnancy and childbirth:

  • Family medicine doctor with obstetrics – Provides pregnancy care before, during and after delivery, and can also serve as the primary care physician for you and your baby.
  • Maternal-fetal medicine doctor – Has advanced training in high-risk pregnancy care.
  • Obstetrician – Specializes in pregnancy care.

Care for you and your baby

Throughout pregnancy, expect your doctor to:

  • Check on your and your baby’s health during regular appointments.
  • Recommend lifestyle habits to support a healthy pregnancy.
  • Advise you on taking medications, vitamins or supplements that could affect your baby.
  • Care for medical conditions you may have.

Maternity services

Feel confident ProHealth Care offers what your family needs from conception through the postpartum period:

  • Classes on topics such as labor and delivery, breastfeeding, car seat safety, and preparing future siblings and grandparents for a new baby.
  • Spacious labor and delivery suites with privacy for your family.
  • Newborn care, including a neonatal intensive care units (NICU).
  • Postpartum support for breastfeeding, postpartum depression (PPD) and more.

Help  for women using opioids during pregnancy

ProHealth Care offers specialized medical services for new mothers and mothers-to-be who are struggling with opioid use during any stage of pregnancy, through delivery and beyond.

The medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program is managed by doctors who are specially trained and experienced in prescribing medications to women during pregnancy. The medication:

  • Blocks receptors in the brain to lessen the "high" and "low" effects of opioids.
  • Decreases the risk of developing an opioid-related complication during pregnancy.
  • Decreases the likelihood and severity of withdrawal symptoms in newborns.

Women continue to receive medication and support from a team of dedicated professionals after giving birth. For more information or to enroll in the program, call 262-548-6903.

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Choose a doctor for your baby

See ProHealth Care’s network of pediatricians and family medicine doctors – who specialize in caring for children.

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