Prenatal care for you and your baby in Richmond
Chippenham Hospital in Richmond, Virginia provides expectant mothers with the level of care and attention they need. From prenatal care to childbirth and beyond, the experienced medical staff at Chippenham is here to provide you all the services you need to stay healthy during your pregnancy.
To learn more about our prenatal care services, call (804) 483-2187.
Whether you’re pregnant for the first or fourth time, we help you stay healthy, plan for birth and care for yourself and your newborn with confidence. Our multidisciplinary birth center team comprised of obstetricians, pediatricians and board-certified neonatalogists and registered nurses who offer:
- Birth center tours and childbirth classes—We offer guided tours of our maternity unit, so you know what to expect and can ask questions ahead of time. We also have a wide range of classes covering labor and delivery, breastfeeding, nutrition, caring for baby, and preparing your family for the new baby’s arrival.
- Personalized birth planning—Choose from an array of care tailored to your needs. We offer midwifery services and low-intervention birth options, such as natural pain management, wireless fetal monitoring, delayed umbilical cord clamping, and immediate skin-to-skin contact for you and your infant.
- High-risk pregnancy care—Our maternal-fetal medicine doctors take care of women who are carrying multiples, have certain medical conditions, or have had previous problems during pregnancy or delivery.
Maternal addiction and neonatal abstinence syndrome
Pregnancy can be overwhelming enough without the added challenges of addiction to drugs or alcohol. Chippenham offers life-changing and lifesaving care to pregnant women struggling with substance use.
Our neonatal evaluation, support and treatment program (NEST) has helped women give their babies the healthiest start possible. With respectful treatment for parents and advanced care for babies born with neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS), we’re here for your entire family.
Visit our behavioral health page to learn more about the NEST program.
Labor and delivery services
As one of central Virginia's most sophisticated newborn care units, our Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) offers a level of care not available in many hospitals. Our NICU team is able to handle most complications on-site, without having to transfer your baby to another hospital.