Our gynecological health specialists at Hillsboro Medical Center provides care for the changing needs of women of all ages.
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Our medical team provides maternity and birthing services for you and your baby. Hillsboro Medical Center has a wide range of providers so you can choose the care that’s right for you.
Obstetrics and Gynecology: Our obstetrics and gynecology (OB-GYN) doctors specialize in pregnancy, childbirth and post-delivery care. They provide exceptional care for both low and high-risk pregnancies.
Pregnancy care with Family Medicine: Our family medicine doctors can provide pregnancy care as part of your primary care. They’ll take you through each trimester, deliver your baby and help you recover after your child is born. With our Family Centered Visits, our family medicine providers make sure both mom and baby get the care they need after birth too.
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Midwifery: Certified nurse-midwives focus on your well-being through pregnancy, childbirth and beyond. They support the birth of your baby and also provide gynecologic care.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine (Perinatology): OHSU maternal-fetal medicine doctors specialize in high-risk pregnancies at Hillsboro Medical Center. They monitor and support pregnant individuals with heart conditions, diabetes, high blood pressure and other health concerns.
If you’re considering starting or expanding your family, Hillsboro Medical Center excels at providing care to mothers, newborns and families in our family birth and neonatal intensive care units.
Family Birth Unit: From the moment you arrive, you’ll receive exceptional care for you and your baby at our Family Birth Unit. Our specially designed Mother-Baby suites let you and your baby start bonding immediately.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU): OHSU Doernbecher Children’s Hospital level II NICU at Hillsboro Medical Center provides expert care for babies born 32 weeks or greater. Our neonatologists are nationally ranked in caring for premature and sick babies.