OB/GYNs and prenatal providers in Thornton
North Suburban Medical Center offers complete care for all of your childbirth needs through our network of providers in north Denver. The obstetricians, family medicine doctors, neonatologists, nurse practitioners and midwives that we work with focus on providing what is most important for expecting women and their families—healthy moms and healthy babies.
Pregnancy conditions we treat
North Suburban does not offer prenatal care providers within the hospital, however, our network of OB/GYNs who partner with us for labor and delivery do offer comprehensive prenatal care for routine and high-risk pregnancies.
We are also affiliated with an OB/GYN at Reunion Physician Offices in Commerce City.
Our women's services team treats the following conditions:
- Amniotic fluid abnormalities
- Anemia in pregnancy
- Congenital rubella syndrome
- Ectopic pregnancy (tubal pregnancy)
- Gestational diabetes
- HELLP syndrome (hemolytic anemia, elevated liver enzymes and low platelet count)
- High-risk pregnancy
- Hyperemesis gravidarum (severe morning sickness)
- Incompetent cervix
- Multiple pregnancies
- Placental conditions
- Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS)
- Pregnancy after premature birth
- Rh incompatibility and isoimmunization
- Thyroid disorders during pregnancy
We want to celebrate you through the entire journey, from prenatal to post-pregnancy care. Having a child is life changing, and we offer unique announcement opportunities after you give birth. The Baby on the Way Club brings together expectant and newborn mothers for support through the process of having a child. Our Baby Faces On I-25 offers a unique opportunity to share your child's birth announcement with the greater Denver area. Learn more about both programs below.
At North Suburban, we understand that every expectant mother’s preferences are different. That is why our birth center team in north Denver also includes certified nurse midwives.
A certified nurse midwife (CNM) is a registered nurse (RN) who specializes in childbirth and female reproductive health. Midwives typically care for women with low-risk pregnancies and focus on providing holistic, natural care during pregnancy and before, during and after labor and delivery.
North Suburban offers a variety of maternity classes to help you prepare for pregnancy, labor and delivery and parenthood.
We also offer hospital tours to help you get familiar with our childbirth center. To sign up, register below or call (303) 367-BABY (2229).