At Pennsylvania Hospital, we offer advanced obstetric care for women of every age with the warmth and personal touch of a community hospital. We offer prenatal care at Penn Medicine Washington Square, Penn Medicine Valley Forge and Cherry Hill. Prenatal care is also available at the Ludmir Center for Women.

With over 5,000 births a year, we have a wide array of specialized treatments and services to ensure healthy babies, healthy mothers and happy families. Each birth is a wondrous event and every woman receives individualized care for her unique needs. Our team of highly skilled professionals includes obstetricians, certified nurse-midwives, perinatologists (for high-risk pregnancies), pediatricians specializing in newborn care, neonatologists, genetic counselors, nurses and social workers.

Learn more about our obstetric services at PAH

  • Childbirth and Parent Classes

    We offer a range of courses to prepare you for childbirth, parenting and beyond.

  • The Birthing Suite

    Expectant couples seeking a homelike atmosphere for their birth experience have an excellent delivery alternative at Pennsylvania Hospital's Birthing Suite.

  • Childbirth Facilities

    Pennsylvania Hospital has different types of rooms and amenities for your labor and delivery.

  • Antepartum Unit

    Pennsylvania Hospital has a Antepartum Unit to provide specialized care to women experiencing complications during pregnancy.

  • Perinatal Evaluation and Treatment Unit

    The Perinatal Evaluation and Treatment Unit (PETU) at Pennsylvania Hospital offers a centralized location to evaluate pregnancy concerns.

  • Postpartum Recovery

    After your baby is born, you will transition to Pennsylvania Hospital's postpartum maternity unit.

  • Private Maternity Suites

    Pennsylvania Hospital is the first hospital in the city of Philadelphia where all of the maternity suites are private.

  • Diabetes During Pregnancy

    Penn Obstetrics and the Diabetes Education Center at Pennsylvania Hospital provide education and support for prenatal women with diabetes.

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