Our Services

Antenatal care

Antenatal checkups are very important to monitor the progress of your pregnancy.

Breastfeeding consultations

Consultations are private and last from 30 to 90 minutes and are covered by most insurance plans.

Cesarean section

A cesarean section is the delivery of a baby through a cut (incision) in the mother’s belly and uterus. It is often called a C-section. In most...

Circle by Providence App

Download Circle to your smartphone at no cost and tap into a vast network of local Providence-approved resources and tools for expectant and new moms.

Family planning

Whether you’re already a mother, or are preparing for your first child, Providence can help. We partner with the best prenatal clinics in the...

Labor induction

Labor inductions are done for many reasons, generally to minimize pregnancy complications. Here are just a few examples:

Labor, delivery and recovery

During your prenatal visits, you may have developed a birthing plan with your care provider. If an emergency or an urgent situation arises, your...

Midwifery

Providence understands selecting a provider is a very personal choice, especially when it comes to delivering your children. The relationship created with your care provider throughout your prenatal and delivery experience can last a lifetime. That’s why Providence offers midwifery and obstetrics options to fit your personal care preferences.

Newborn care services with NICU care

Should you need us, we have the largest neonatal intensive care unit in the northwest. We offer 19 single-family suites, for a capacity of 70...

Obstetrics

Obstetricians (also called OBs) are medical doctors who specialize in the care of pregnant women, from the time of conception through delivery...

Online childbirth education classes

Providence offers online childbirth education programs to be done in the comfort of your own home. These are ideal for women whose schedules...

Period of PURPLE Crying Caps Program

Being a new parent can be overwhelming and dealing with a crying baby can be stressful. It’s important for parents to understand that babies go through a Period of PURPLE Crying, when baby’s crying intensifies and he/she may seem inconsolable.

Postpartum support

During the first weeks after giving birth, called the postpartum period, your body begins to heal and adjust to not being pregnant. It's easy to...

Pregnancy and Parenting classes

Parenting with Providence: Are you expecting a new addition to your family? Our classes include: Childbirth Preparation Breast-feeding...

Pregnancy and postpartum therapy

Physical therapy experts can bring relief for a variety of pelvic conditions, including problems related to pregnancy and childbirth. Treatments...

Pregnancy Care Package

At Providence, we understand no two women are alike – and no two pregnancies are alike. We offer care, support, information and preparation...

Prenatal support

Pregnancy brings many feelings and questions— we’re here for you. You may have special needs and be unsure how to find ways to address those needs....

Providence OB\GYN Hosptialist

A hospitalist is a specialist in hospital medicine - a doctor whose office is the hospital itself and who focuses intensely on patient care at every stage of a person’s hospital visit.

Routine gynecology

Take care of yourself. Every woman deserves the specialized attention that a women’s healthcare professional provides. From adolescence through the...

Vaginal delivery

A vaginal delivery is the birth of a fetus through the mother's birth canal, or vagina.