General Obstetrics

You and your baby can count on us for nationally renowned care that is highly personal, professional and responsive.

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When your baby is on the way, you want to turn to the best. Our obstetricians and network of Washington University specialists are the physicians of Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children’s Hospital, both ranked among the nation’s top health care providers. Whether your pregnancy goes as expected or develops complications, our team makes sure you receive the highest quality of care available.

See our locations

During your pregnancy, you may schedule prenatal visits at any of our office locations. All of our patients deliver at Barnes-Jewish Hospital.

We want you to be as comfortable as possible during your delivery and invite you to tour the labor and delivery and postpartum areas before the big day arrives. You can talk to your care coordinator about scheduling a tour, or call 314-362-MOMS.

Center for Women's Wellness & Fetal Health

Missouri Baptist Medical Center
3023 N. Ballas Rd.
Building D, Suite 450
St. Louis, MO 63131

See location details: Missouri Baptist Medical Center »

Women's Health Center

Center for Outpatient Health
4901 Forest Park Ave.
7th Floor, Suite 710
St. Louis, MO 63108

See location details: Center for Outpatient Health »

Women's Health Center

Center for Advanced Medicine - South County
5201 Midamerica Plaza
St. Louis, MO 63129

See location details: Center for Advanced Medicine – South County »

See our doctors

Washington University physicians are the medical staff of Barnes-Jewish and St. Louis Children’s hospitals. Some physicians may see patients at additional locations in the St. Louis region.

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During your pregnancy

Schedule your prenatal appointments at one of our St. Louis locations. Our team-based approach makes scheduling reliable and assures that a physician you know and trust is available when you go into labor. At every step, your dedicated obstetric care educator will help ensure you’re comfortable, informed and ready for what’s next.

What to expect from your prenatal visits »

Having your baby

Our obstetricians deliver exclusively at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, adjacent to the world-class neonatal intensive care unit at St. Louis Children’s Hospital. Both hospitals are ranked nationally by “U.S. News & World Report,” giving you and your baby immediate access to the best care available when you need it most.

Support for you and your newborn

After your baby arrives, our family-friendly care provides a nurturing and healthy environment that supports mother-baby bonding whether feeding breastmilk or formula. We are the region’s only Baby-Friendly Hospital, a designation given by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF).

Read more in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch:
Barnes-Jewish first hospital in St. Louis providing optimal support for breastfeeding »

High-risk pregnancies

If you are expecting a high-risk pregnancy or multiple births, our team can refer you to our colleagues in the maternal and fetal medicine practice.
About maternal-fetal care »

Gynecology care after your pregnancy

Our obstetricians are also gynecologists, allowing you to continue your care seamlessly after pregnancy.
About general gynecology »

New state-of-the-art location opening soon

Our women and infants care will begin moving to a brand new facility in the Central West End in late 2017. An expansion of Barnes-Jewish and St. Louis Children’s hospitals, the new location will include rooms for labor and delivery as well as C-sections, ample family visiting areas, and comfortable inpatient rooms for overnight stays. The labor and delivery space will also connect to an all-private neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) in the St. Louis Children’s Hospital expansion, which will house one of the top-performing neonatology teams in the country.

An architectural rendering shows the expansion of Barnes-Jewish and St. Louis Children’s hospitals, slated to open in 2017.

This expansion is part of the Campus Renewal Project, a long-term project that is transforming Washington University Medical Center through new construction and renovations.

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Washington University obstetricians:

When you call: Please have your insurance card ready.
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