When you’re expecting, there are many decisions to make—but none is as important as choosing the healthcare team who will help deliver your baby. It’s easy to see why so many families choose MemorialCare as the best place to deliver their baby. Our experienced staff, exceptional facilities, neonatal intensive care units and innovative programs all ensure a high quality of care.
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You will feel confident in the quality of your care and comfortable with your surroundings at one of our Maternity Centers.
Expert Care for High-Risk Pregnancy and High-Risk Multiples
MemorialCare delivers more than 11,000 babies each year. Approximately 10 percent are high-risk births and high-risk multiples referred to MemorialCare Medical Centers throughout Los Angeles County and Orange County. Our neonatal intensive care units offer around-the-clock neonatologists, specialized nurses, respiratory therapists, and equipment to provide intensive care to infants whenever needed.
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While the term “high-risk pregnancy” sounds frightening, it merely signifies that you and your baby may have needs that require extra care and attention. At MemorialCare, our OB/GYN experts have helped thousands of women with high-risk pregnancies deliver healthy babies.
Pregnancy and childbirth are major events in a woman’s life and bring about a wide range of physical and emotional changes. Life with a new baby can be thrilling and exciting, but a woman may also experience feelings of sadness, anxiety, fear or confusion.
Pregnancy is the development of an embryo or fetus that leads to the birth of a child. Twin, triplets and multiple can occur when more than one embryo or fetus is being carried. Full term pregnancy lasts for 38 to 42 weeks and is cared for in stages of one to three trimesters.
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Preconception planning will help you prepare for the best possible pregnancy. Women often schedule their first prenatal visit after their eighth week of pregnancy. However, studies show that many factors can affect fetal development during the critical first 60 days, sometimes resulting in problems later on.
Ultrasound technology uses high-frequency sound waves to produce exceptionally high-quality moving images of the fetus, heart, abdominal organs and other soft tissues of the body. It can also be used for scanning other organs such as the liver, kidneys, uterus and ovaries.
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Your obstetrician-gynecologist (Ob/Gyn) may be the most important health care partner you ever have. Your Ob/Gyn will see you through some of the most significant times in your life: menstruation, PMS, conception, childbirth and menopause.
At MemorialCare, we believe that breastfeeding is the best source of nutrition for your baby. To make the most informed choice about this important decision, we encourage you to attend our breastfeeding class during your seventh to ninth month of pregnancy.
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Located throughout Orange County and Los Angeles County, MemorialCare-affiliated physicians are locally and nationally recognized in their area of expertise. We've made it easy to find a quality healthcare provider right in your own backyard.