Prenatal Care

Having Your Baby with New England OB-GYN

Your obstetrical care will begin with a visit between 5 and 8 weeks – you will meet one of our nurses who will go over your medical history, provide educational materials, and answer any questions you might have. This appointment will take place over the phone during evening hours at your convenience.

At 10-12 weeks you will meet the physician you have chosen to be your primary obstetrical provider, this visit will include a medical exam and a plan based on your health care needs.

New England OB-GYN is a group practice including 7 obstetricians. At the mid point of your pregnancy we ask that you meet all of the obstetricians by scheduling your routine visits with them. Meeting all of our physicians is a valuable experience that will ensure you are familiar with our physician on-call at the hospital when you deliver. A group practice also means that one of our providers will always be available in the office or at the hospital to provide you with coordinated and personalized care.

Please review our current Prenatal Care Guide that reviews in detail our practice and protocols, testing offered by our office and additional resources for pregnancy and the postpartum period.

As an affiliate of Brigham and Women’s Hospital, all of our patients deliver at the hospitals main campus located in the Longwood medical area. To learn more about the Center for Women and Newborns at Brigham and Women’s Hospital view an online maternity tour or visit BWH online to register for a tour of the facility.