Providence pregnancy, labor and birth

Welcoming more than 11,000 babies every year, Providence birthing centers are staffed by highly skilled physicians, nurses and midwives who provide quality, personalized maternity care. Whether you receive care from one of our PMG clinics, or prefer a midwife experience, you know you're in the best of hands.

Your baby needs a health care provider

Before your baby is born, you need to choose a primary care provider for your baby. While it is recommended that you find a doctor by your third trimester, it’s never too early to start thinking about who will care for your newborn and help you and your baby off to a healthy start. This person can be a pediatrician, family practice physician or nurse practitioner. Find a pediatrician or family medicine provider ›

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The best neonatal care for your newborn.

Providence St. Vincent has the largest NICU in Oregon. As leaders in neonatal care, our goal is to get your newborn home as quickly as possible. 

Help us help newborn babies

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Delivering at Providence

It's natural to have questions about childbirth. Here is a list of frequently asked questions about delivering at Providence. 

Safe, high-quality midwife care: Providence Maternal Care

Clinic offers women a warm, personal approach to pregnancy and birth with the safety of a hospital delivery.

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