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BirthCare HealthCare, Pregnancy Care, & Gynecology Care

Midwives provide personalized care for you and your baby. This care includes the following services:

Midwives closely focus on your preferences, cultural values, and personal wishes for emotional and social support during your birth.

Gynecology & Primary Care Services

Nurse midwives can also provide primary health care services for women and families. These services can include the following:

  • Acute care (care for any medical condition that lasts less than three months)
    • Urinary tract screening and treatment of infections
  • Family planning/birth control
  • Health coaching
  • Health-risk assessments
  • Hormone replacement therapy
  • Immunizations
  • Menopause care
  • Personalized counseling on healthy lifestyles
  • Preconception counseling
  • Preventive care
  • Routine exams
    • Annual pelvic and breast examinations
    • Pre-marital exams
    • Pap tests
    • Other screening tests
  • Screening & treatment for sexually transmitted infections

Midwives listen to women and provide the information you need to make informed and educated decisions about your health care.

Finding the Best Nurse Midwife Near You

To find a nurse midwife near you, start with these things:

  • Search your insurance information for your provider directory. This directory will have a list of the midwives covered by your network as well as the locations where they work.
  • Ask family and/or friends for a recommendation.
  • Get a recommendation from your family care or primary care providers.
  • Search online by your city or location to find midwife clinics or centers near you. Once you find someone you like:
    • Review their online profile for information about them and their patient reviews and/or
    • Check with their office to see what insurance they take.
U of U Health midwife does an ultrasound with a young mother and father.

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Resources for Our Patients

What Is the Difference Between an OB/GYN & a Midwife?

Have you ever wondered the difference between a midwife and an OB? If so, you're not alone. There are so many blogs and forums that talk about midwifes and OB/GYNs.

Find Out More

YoMingo®: Prenatal Education On the Go

University of Utah Health offers anytime, anywhere education for expectant mothers through YoMingo®, with all the tools and support you need at every stage of your pregnancy, including:

  • Evidence-based information on prenatal care, labor & birth, postpartum, breastfeeding, and newborn care including lots of videos,
  • List of available classes, and
  • Kick counter, contraction timer, personal journal, feeding log, immunization log, and other tools.
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