We provide low-risk obstetrical care, meaning that we care for mothers and babies during most pregnancies.
We do not take care of those:
- whose pregnancies are high risk,
- who are expecting multiples, or
- who have certain medical conditions (ask us which ones)
If complications develop during your pregnancy, we will refer you to or consult with our obstetrical colleagues, depending on the situation.
We accept and support women who wish to try to have a vaginal birth after a Caesarean (VBAC). If this is your wish, it is important to have a conversation early in pregnancy to develop a plan for labour and delivery that is safe and appropriate for each situation. At the initial consult, we’ll decide if attempting a VBAC is suitable for you. In some circumstances, we won’t be able to follow your pregnancy and delivery.