We don’t just deliver babies; we help people become parents. Before your baby is born, we encourage you to learn about birthing and parenting experiences. We offer a variety of prenatal education classes, programs and services that aim to help you feel prepared and informed about becoming a parent. It’s all designed to support you on your journey to motherhood.
Maternity Classes & Events
Pregnancy is one of the most exciting times in a woman's life, but it can also be one of the most stressful. We have the resources to help prepare you for your new life and new routines at home from prenatal education classes to classes on infant safety and breastfeeding. We even offer tours for your baby’s future big brother or big sister in preparation for the big day. Sign up for one of our classes today.
Birth Navigation Services
Our free Birth Navigator service is designed to help you plan for the next few months. When you meet with your Birth Navigator, she will:
Assess your personal pregnancy needs
Help acquaint you with all of our prenatal services
Provide information about breastfeeding and other healthy behaviors
Discuss labor options and birth preferences
Assist in selecting classes/groups based on your needs
Brookwood Baptist Medical Center is partnering with OB Hospitalist Group (OBHG) to offer an OB Emergency Department and OB hospitalist program, where expectant mothers are ensured to be evaluated and treated by a physician regardless of time, location, complication or circumstance. These physicians are on site 24/7 at Brookwood Baptist Medical Center in order to support community OB/GYNs and provide coverage as requested by them. This service ensures that pregnant and laboring women have access to an experienced obstetrician at all times.
The board-certified OB/GYN physicians of the OB Hospitalist Group provide 24/7 in-house coverage of the OB Emergency Department located on the 3rd floor of Labor and Delivery at Brookwood Baptist Medical Center and is open to all expecting mothers (even those who aren’t Brookwood Baptist Health patients) who need it.