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Home > Care & Treatment > Women's Health > Pregnancy & Birth > Prenatal Care
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We are delighted you have chosen us to help guide you through this very exciting life event! Our goal is to provide you and your baby with the highest quality medical care in a personal and supportive, family-centered environment.
Mount Auburn Hospital has a full range of services including experienced nursing staff, lactation consultants, and anesthesiologists available twenty-four hours a day, and a level II nursery with neonatology and pediatric coverage at all times. In high-risk pregnancies, we collaborate closely with maternal-fetal medicine specialists as needed.
This page is designed to provide you with general information about the normal course of pregnancy. Additional information about a variety of specific topics is listed below that you will need during the course of your pregnancy. We encourage you to bookmark this page and take the time to read it over the coming months. If you have questions specific to your care or pregnancy, please discuss them with us at your prenatal visits. Our staff is happy to help you with any concerns you have.
Congratulations again! We look forward to providing you, your baby and your family a healthy and happy birth experience.
Congratulations on your new arrival! Below you will find several resources that you will need during your first trimester:
Great Expectations - A Guide to Enjoying Your Pregnancy
Great Expectations - A Guide to Enjoying Your Pregnancy - (Espanol)
At 28 weeks you will need to make several decisions regarding your labor and delivery. Below you will find several important documents you will need to consider and complete at this time.
At 36 weeks it is time to start looking forward to your new arrival. Below you will find additional resources for what will happen during your hospital stay and beyond.
Below you will find a list of other resources you may need during your pregnancy and after delivery
Get a firsthand look at the comfortable features, amenities and advanced technology available at Bain Birth Center. Search for upcoming tours and register online.
View our video tour to discover how the doctors, midwives and nurses at Bain Birthing Center facilitate a birth experience to meet your needs.
330 Mount Auburn Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
57 Bedford Street
Lexington, MA 02420