Best Care for Baby & Mom
Although pregnancy can be one of the most exciting times of your life, it can also be challenging. University of Utah Women's Health Services sets the standard for high-quality pregnancy care for you and your baby.
Midwife, Primary Care, & Family Medicine Services
Need a midwife? Visit the Birthcare Healthcare program. Would you like a primary care provider's advice? Family medicine doctors also practice obstetrics.
We also specialize in high-risk pregnancy. Learn more about the services we can offer you and your family.
Specialties & Services
- Baby Friendly: Breastfeeding Program
- High-Risk Pregnancy
- Labor & Delivery
- Lactation Services
- Maternal Fetal Diagnostics & Genetic Counseling
- Midwives (Midwifery)
- Mother's Milk Donation Center
- Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
- Perinatal Education
- Postpartum Care
- Postpartum Pelvic Floor Clinic
- Preterm Birth
- Stillbirth Center
- Virtual Prenatal Care
Find an Obstetrics Provider or Midwife Near You
Resources for Parents-to-Be
YoMingo®: Prenatal Education on the Go
U of U Health offers anytime, anywhere education for expectant mothers through YoMingo®, with all the tools and support you need at every stage of your pregnancy. Find information on prenatal care, labor & birth, postpartum, breastfeeding, and newborn care.
Choosing a Hospital or Birthing Space
It's never too early to begin thinking about the birthing process (if those words can even begin to express the life-changing experience you are about to have). Here are some things to consider.
Midwives & Midwifery
Home births and alternative birthing experiences are on the rise, and so are the number of midwives who offer to deliver your baby. Choose one of our certified nurse midwifes to help you through this life-changing experience.
Childbearing is an exciting time of growth, change, and personal choices for you and your family. To help you prepare, we offer perinatal education on a variety of subjects related to your pregnancy.