Rochester General Women's Health Services offers the support and confidence you need to enjoy this special time in your life and embrace the challenges of parenthood. We provide a broad spectrum of obstetrics services for both routine and high-risk pregnancies including:
- Routine & high-risk obstetrics
- Mid-wifery care
- Pregnancy (diagnostic) testing
- Childbirth and baby care education
- Personal support before, during and after labor and delivery
- On-site breastfeeding instruction with certified lactation consultants
Our board-certified obstetricians see patients at Rochester General Hospital in Rochester, NY and at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital in Newark, NY. We have OB/GYN practices located throughout the great Rochester region. Our staff is dedicated to providing you the compassionate care you need during childbirth and as a new mom.
Find an RGHS obstetrician or contact one of our OB/GYN practices directly.
Our obstetricians are fully equipped with all the latest technology to perform diagnostic testing and ensure the health of the fetus throughout your pregnancy, including:
- 3D & 4D ultrasounds
- Prenatal Testing
- Antenatal Testing
It is important to schedule visits with one of our obstetricians every four weeks in the second and third trimester to monitor your progress and catch any potential complications early.
Preparing for Delivery
Our childbirth classes include prenatal and postnatal classes, birthing classes, breastfeeding, infant CPR and safety, and more. These classes are aimed to provide expecting and new moms with all the essentials of what to expect during labor, and how to best care for your child. Find prenatal and postnatal birthing classes +
Labor and Delivery
We aim to provide our patients with a great degree of choice and control over the nature of their delivery. Patients have the option of delivering their baby at our one of our state-of-the-art facilities outfitted with a choice of modern amenities, including the Twig Birthing Center at Rochester General Hospital or the Birthing and Women's Care Center at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital.