Having a baby is a very interesting time, and a team of assistants, obstetricians, doctors, and other health professionals are there to help you and your family throughout your pregnancy and birth journey.

Flexible approach to the means of prenatal care that you can choose the type of care that suits your own health needs and choices. You can decide to receive prenatal care through the practice of a midwifery group or antenatal clinic.

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Shared care

Your doctor will provide most of the care prenatal and send a reference including the results of blood tests and ultrasounds. Once the information is received, they will contact you to make an appointment with one of our midwives.

This meeting will take about an hour and we need to get your full obstetric and medical history so that we can provide the best care prenatal possible. This is also a perfect opportunity for you and your partner to ask any questions.

In a normal pregnancy, visit our antenatal clinic four to five times that will be programmed to about 18, 27, and 38 weeks and also at 40 and 41 weeks if necessary.

Midwifery Group Practice (MGP)

This popular plan offers personalized care given by a team of assistants who work in partnership with you and your family to make sure you are informed of all your choices about pregnancy, childbirth, and the postnatal phase.