WVU Medicine provides high-quality, family-centered maternity care to meet the individual needs of all pregnant women – from routine obstetrical care to treatments for mothers and babies facing high-risk and difficult situations. Our Women’s Health and Maternity professionals work to ensure that you receive expert care delivered with thoughtful attention throughout all stages of your journey.
COVID-19 vaccine guidance: As the US begins distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) has recommended that pregnant and lactating patients still be allowed to decide, with their doctors, whether to receive the vaccine.
You can find ACOG’s complete overview of currently available COVID-19 vaccines & guidance on use in pregnant & lactating patients here.
The birth of a child is a memorable event, and we are proud to be able to share this time with you and your family. We are committed to making you feel comfortable, informed, and prepared throughout your pregnancy.
Depending on your individual needs, your healthcare team can include doctors, certified nurse midwives, medical students, nurse practitioners, nurses, nursing students, physician assistants, and ultrasonographers. These are your healthcare providers. Your team can also include social workers, financial counselors, and specialists. View a full list of our women’s services and subspecialists.
Our comfortable, family-centered birthing center and satellite locations offer many options, and our providers and staff are highly skilled in caring for you during labor, delivery, and postpartum, and for your newborn baby.
Certified lactation consultants provide support for new mothers who choose to breastfeed. Our goal is to maximize nursing comfort and success for both mom and baby. Visit the Lactation Clinic page for more information. In addition to breastfeeding education, childbirth and family classes are available.
Printable prenatal care and breastfeeding guides
- A Guide to Welcoming Your New Family Member
- Action Plan for Depression and Anxiety Around Pregnancy
- Breastfeeding Information and Tips
- Making and Maintaining Your Milk
- Position and Latch
- Post-birth Warning Signs
- Preparing for Your Maternity Stay
- Rooming In
WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital has been recognized as high-performing in the maternity care category by U.S. News & World Report.
527 Medical Park DriveBridgeport
WV, WV 26330
205 Mary Higginson LaneSuite 1
Uniontown, PA 15401
100 West Main StreetSt. Joseph's Medical Office Building
Buckhannon, WV 26201
14 Comfort DrivePO Box 359
Reedsville, WV 26547