Pregnancy and Childbirth

Get experienced, personalized pregnancy care from an Englewood Health Physician Network obstetrics and gynecology (OB/GYN) doctor near your home in New Jersey and New York. Trust us to help your family grow with the best possible care for a healthy pregnancy and birth.

Skilled Obstetricians

Rely on your board-certified Englewood Health obstetrician for complete care and guidance during your pregnancy. Your knowledgeable OB/GYN doctor will track your health, your baby’s development, and answer your questions at regularly scheduled appointments throughout your pregnancy.

Prenatal Care and Tests

Feel confident in the expertise and advanced technology available to you with our prenatal testing. Your OB-GYN may refer you to a board-certified maternal-fetal medicine specialist for

  • High-risk pregnancy care if you have a chronic health condition or develop any problems during your pregnancy.
  • Routine ultrasounds
  • Screenings
  • Other specialized tests, if needed

If test results show any potential risks or problems, your OB-GYN will talk with you and coordinate care.

Care for High-Risk Pregnancies

Depend on our experienced specialists for high-risk pregnancy care if you have a chronic health condition or develop any problems during your pregnancy.

Labor and Delivery

When it’s time for your baby to be born, your skilled Englewood Health doctor will be there to support and help you. You’ll give birth at Englewood Hospital’s Family Birth Place. We’ll make sure you get the encouragement and care you need for a positive experience when you bring your baby into the world.

After birth, you’ll appreciate the family-centered, spacious Mother/Baby Unit private rooms at the medical center. Enjoy the amenities and comfort of your room during your first few days of bonding with your newborn.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

If your baby needs specialized care after birth, rest assured advanced neonatal intensive care is available from specially trained doctors at Englewood Hospital’s NICU. You and your family will be an important part of the care team for your baby. Expect to receive information, support services, and answers to all your questions.