Our skilled team has delivered thousands of babies. It’s a rewarding experience to help families bring a child into the world, and we can’t wait to meet your little one.
At Anna Jaques, we know babies
Compassionate, Comprehensive Care
Women’s Health Care, affiliated with Anna Jaques Hospital, provides comprehensive, quality obstetrical and gynecological care with the warmth, responsiveness and accessibility of a community-based practice. Since opening its doors 30 years ago, it has become one of the largest OB/GYN practices in the area. Its team of board-certified physicians, certified nurse midwives and certified nurse practitioners brings decades of experience in a wide range of clinical backgrounds and specialties, ensuring care is customized to a woman’s individual needs. Women’s Health Care has offices in Newburyport, Haverhill and Middelton.
Visit www.whcobgyn.org for more information or call 978-556-0100.
High-Risk Obstetrical Care
Pregnancies may be high-risk for various factors, including mother’s age, hypertension, diabetes, multiples and history fertility assistance. Women who need advanced care for high-risk pregnancies no longer need to travel to Boston. Through Anna Jaques Hospital's clinical affiliation with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), a Maternal-Fetal Medicine specialist from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center comes to Anna Jaques three times each month to provide high risk ultrasound to the patients at Women’s Health Care and work side by side with our own obstetricians to provide the highest level of care for patients who need it. Access to this advanced, specialized medicine reduces stress on parents because they no longer need to travel out of the area for specialty care.
Neonatal Care Center
The Neonatal Care Center is a Level 1B nursery that cares for premature babies, low birth weight newborns, and babies with unexpected medical complications that arise during delivery. Should the unexpected happen, a neonatologist is available to care for your baby 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, along with a team of skilled neonatal nurses. It’s reassuring to know that most babies don’t have to leave the community and be separated from their families while receiving the care they need.