Registered Midwives are primary health care providers and are experts in low risk pregnancy, birth and postpartum. They provide medical care to you and your baby during pregnancy, birth and for the first 6 weeks after the birth for both of you.
How to access support and helpful information before giving birth.
Pregnancy and infant loss can have an impact on each member of your family. Similarly, the emotion (or grief) associated with perinatal loss can be very different for each family member.
For you and your baby’s well-being, it’s important to be aware of your mental health while pregnant and after giving birth.
Some babies need extra medical help that only a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) can provide.