OBs, Midwives and Nurses
Find an OB
NEED AN OB? FIND ONE CLOSE BY.
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HAVE AN OB? SEE IF THEY DELIVER HERE.
Find a midwife
NEED AN MIDWIFE? FIND ONE CLOSE BY.
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HAVE A MIDWIFE? SEE IF THEY DELIVER HERE.
Our doctors, midwives and nurses are some of the most experienced in the country. They can guide you through a normal pregnancy and pregnancy complications, such as gestational diabetes, preeclampsia (high blood pressure during pregnancy) and preterm labor.
Obstetricians (OBs) are doctors who care for a woman’s reproductive system. Your OB will lead your medical care throughout pregnancy, during childbirth and after childbirth (postpartum).
You will see your obstetrician many times for prenatal care appointments. When it’s time for your baby’s birth, your OB will join you at The Mother Baby Center.
"Midwife" means "with woman." Your midwife will work closely with you and your doctor to care for you and your baby during pregnancy, childbirth and after delivery.
A certified nurse-midwife is a registered nurse who has advanced training and certification from the American College of Nurse-Midwives. For more about nurse-midwife certification, visit midwife.org.
Midwives also coordinate family planning and general health care for women of all ages.
Meet the Midwives - Spend an hour with our midwives from HealthPartners. Learn about their practice philosophy. Tour The Mother Baby Center.
Nurses from Allina Health Home Health - Mother & Newborn specialize in caring for
- women having pregnancy complications before they deliver at The Mother Baby Center
- mothers, newborns and their families after they return home from The Mother Baby Center.
For more about one of the largest obstetrical home care agencies in the United States, visit allinahealth.org/mothernewborn or call 612-863-4478 or 1-800-788-8093.