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Pregnancy Care

Pregnancy Care

Welcoming a new baby is an exciting time, and our team is here to support you throughout your pregnancy and after delivery. Our physicians and nurse-midwives offer a gentle and safe approach to care, and will support you in making informed decisions throughout your pregnancy and postpartum period.

When it comes to the big day, our Birth Center pairs state-of-the-art technology with comfortable and peaceful surroundings—cozy, private rooms, handmade quilts, framed Vermont art, and other warm touches help you feel as comfortable as possible.

For most of our pregnant patients, prenatal care starts around 8 weeks. Appointments are usually scheduled for every 4 weeks until 28 weeks, then every 2 weeks until 36 weeks, followed by every week until delivery.

Services Offered

  • Comprehensive prenatal care
  • Midwifery services
  • Early pregnancy assessment
  • Genetic Screening
  • Support for medical complications of pregnancy
  • Obstetrical ultrasound
  • Pregnancy testing
  • Labor support and delivery
  • Cesarean section (C-section)
  • Postpartum care

Patient Information

Menu of services in Addison County: English | Español
Menu of services in Rutland County: English | Español
Antenatal Testing
Common Discomforts of Pregnancy
Constipation in Pregnancy
Coping with Nausea
ECV (External Cephalic Version)
GBS (Group B Streptococcus)
Herbs to Avoid During Pregnancy
Prenatal Genetic Screening
Pregnancy Resources
Iron Deficiency Anemia
Medications in Pregnancy
Nutrition in Pregnancy
Postpartum Depression
There is also a wealth of information on the ACOG website and ACNM website.

Online Resources

Prenatal Yoga/Art
Evolution Yoga & Physical Therapy (Burlington, VT)
Yoga Roots (Shelburne, VT)
Belly Casting (create a beautiful piece of art from your belly!)
Belly Bowl (create a bowl from the mold of your belly!)

Education for Expecting Parents at PMC
Childbirth Connection
March of Dimes
Lamaze International 
American Pregnancy
Text for Baby
PARC ActivePregnancy
Dental Health
Pregnant? 9 Questions You May Have About Your Dental Health

Lactation Resources of Vermont
Natural Beginnings In-home lactation consult visits, education, counseling, mother’s group, breast pump sales & rentals. Contact Vicki Kirby, RN, IBCLC at 236-4136 or 948-2172
Breastfeeding support meetings every 3rd Tuesday of the month at the Ilsley Library in Middlebury from 11am-1pm.
WIC Breastfeeding Page
La Leche League
Vermont Chapter of LaLeche
Vermont Lactation Consultant Association
Bright Future Lactation Resource CenterChildbirth Connection
Spinning Babies 
Our Moment of Truth

Infant Care
Healthy Children from the American Academy of Pediatrics

Community Resources & VT Services
Find and Go Seek
Middlebury Parent Child Center
Vermont 211 (phone referral tool for varied services)
Ladies First Program
WomanSAFE: A Community Effort for Prevention of Violence Against Women
Addison County Parent/Child Center
Vermont Department of Health
Addison County Home Health and Hospice

Medication Assisted Treatment Resources


  • Bradford Psychiatric Associates – accepting new patients
  • Community Health Centers provides MAT services for established patients
  • WestRidge – accepting new patients


  • Howard Center – accepting new patients
  • SaVida – accepting new patients
  • Phoenix Houses – accepting new patients


  • Mountain Health Center – very limited capacity, call Therese B. at 802-453-4316
  • Savida – accepting new patients
  • Valley Vista – new patients will be added to a waitlist

Education for Expecting Parents

Childbirth Preparation and Breastfeeding Classes