Pregnancy & Childbirth

More moms choose Baptist in Northeast Florida

Pregnancy & Childbirth

More moms choose Baptist in Northeast Florida

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We're Expecting You

When you find out you’re expecting, you have so many questions. At Baptist Health and Wolfson Children’s Hospital, we have answers and we’ll be with you every step of the way.

Moms and babies need special types of care. We deliver both.

  • Maternity, baby and parenting classes
  • Spacious, modern maternity suites
  • Access to top OB/GYNs & high-risk OBs
  • Expert care in a welcoming setting
  • Protocols to enhance your recovery
  • Postpartum and breastfeeding support
  • World-class Neonatal Intensive Care Units
  • Easy access to Wolfson Children's Hospital
  • An extensive network of pediatricians

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Want to deliver your baby at Baptist? Let's get started.

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What if I have a high-risk pregnancy?

The majority of pregnancies, labors, and deliveries go smoothly for both mom and baby. But if something goes wrong, there's no place you'd rather be than Baptist Health and Wolfson Children's.

While all of our hospitals are prepared for emergencies, many risk-factors present well in advance and allow for careful planning. Your doctor will help determine where you should deliver.

  • Baptist Medical Center Jacksonville downtown shares its campus with Wolfson Children’s. The highest level of intensive care in Jacksonville (Level IV) is just steps away from delivery rooms

  • At Baptist South, we offer a Wolfson Children's Level II NICU and transport downtown when necessary

About High-Risk Pregnancy About our NICUs

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More Support from Baptist During Pregnancy, Childbirth and beyond

  • Maternity & Baby Classes

    Taught by our labor and delivery nurses, our maternity classes have virtual and in-person options. Classes include Baby Care Basics, Breastfeeding 101, Childbirth Preparation and a New Parents Bundle of classes.

    Browse All Classes

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Frequently Asked Questions