WhatifSomethingGoesWrong

What if something goes wrong?

The Women’s and Children’s Health Services at Providence Regional Medical Center offers you wide-ranging, award-winning care. But what if you have a complicated or high-risk pregnancy? We have a Maternal Fetal Medicine clinic — on site — to treat complications, as well as a Level III Newborn Intensive Care Unit. There’s no need to travel far for exceptional care. The best women’s care is right here, close to home.

Maternal Fetal Medicine

The Maternal Fetal Medicine clinic at Providence is based on a strong partnership with Obstetrix. The perinatologists work with your provider to assess and manage your pregnancy from preconception until after you deliver your baby. 

Comprehensive Services

  • Preconception counseling
  • Prenatal consultation and diagnosis
  • Genetic counseling
  • Ultrasound interpretation
  • Amniocentesis
  • Obstetric management of the complicated pregnancy
  • Postpartum complication consultations

Referral Required

To make an appointment at the Maternal Fetal Medicine clinic, you'll need a referral from your primary care provider.

  • Call the Maternal Fetal Medicine Clinic at (425) 304-6165 for more information
  • Or fax the provider referral and prenatal records to us at (425) 304-6162

Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

It can be scary if your baby is born earlier than expected or under special circumstances. The Level III Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU), located in the same complex as the birthing center, provides these special babies with the complex care and monitoring they need. Our NICU, operated in partnership with Seattle Children’s Hospital, offers the most intensive level of care for critically ill or unstable newborns north of Seattle.

Our staff includes an on-site team of neonatal nurse practitioners, experts in managing newborn emergencies. These specialists are on site around the clock and work closely with our neonatologists, as well as your baby’s primary care physician, to provide the best, most comprehensive care possible.

The NICU at Providence Regional Medical Center includes 23 private, single-patient rooms and three double rooms for twins. All rooms are designed to accommodate you and your family so you can be with your baby and participate actively in care. Rooms include a sleeper and rocking chair and are located close to nursing stations – so you’re never far from your baby or the medical staff.