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Bright Beginnings

Get ready to welcome your baby.

Welcome to The Women’s Health Center at Terrebonne General Health System. Congratulations! We know that a new arrival in the family is a precious event. That is why we are committed to making sure you are fully prepared to meet the challenges and joys that your baby will bring. Our care is family-centered, and we want to ensure that every member of the family is involved.

Our family-centered comprehensive Women’s Health Center offers the latest in technology and procedures, private and spacious rooms, and the most experienced team of OB/GYN physicians in the region. Our team of healthcare professionals at Terrebonne General is highly qualified and experienced in maternal and infant care. They are here to meet your needs from the beginning of your pregnancy right through to the delivery of your baby.

Every mother has different ideas and expectations for her birth experience. With that in mind, Terrebonne General offers quality care to each new mother, including individual choices related to your birth experience.

Beginning a few months before your delivery, Terrebonne General offers classes and information to help you on your way to the big day. Our classes are designed to meet the physical, mental, and emotional needs of the entire family.

For high-risk pregnancies, Terrebonne General has Maternal-Fetal Medicine physicians who will work with your OB doctor to coordinate your plan of care. Our full-service radiology department offers a wide range of diagnostic procedures, including 3D ultrasounds. Our level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is available for newborns needing intensive care.

Prior to discharge, our knowledgeable staff will provide you with the necessary information to help you navigate your way through the first few months after delivery. We strive to ensure parents leave the hospital feeling prepared to care for themselves and their newborn. Our commitment to new moms and babies also extends through education and encouragement, emotional support and resources, safe birthing practices, skin-to-skin contact, and 24-hour rooming in.

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