No matter what the day or hour, we are prepared to welcome you and your family. Physicians – including anesthesiologists for pain management and other specialists who work with your doctor to handle any labor or delivery complications — are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Although most births progress predictably, our highly specialized labor and delivery nursing staff is prepared to handle every possible situation and all facets of your experience. You can relax and give your complete focus to delivering a new son or daughter.
Our goal is to provide a safe, healing environment for our families. We understand the importance of keeping you connected with your loved ones while receiving care. To stay connected, we encourage you to use the phone or video chat with anyone who is unable to visit.
- All support persons and visitors must follow our current guidelines for masking.
- Anyone experiencing a fever, cough, sore throat or body aches should not visit.
- During labor and delivery: Five designated visitors (age 18 and older) are allowed. Only two visitors will be allowed in the delivery room at the same time plus one certified doula.
- After delivery: Five designated visitors (age 18 or older) are allowed.
- Siblings of the child (age 12 or older) may visit from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Any sibling age 12 to 17 must be supervised by an adult who is not the patient at all times. No other children under the age of 18 may visit.
Empowering Mothers and Nurturing Futures
The Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Maternal Mobile Clinic - Coming Soon!
We are dedicated to making a positive impact on the health and well-being of mothers and babies within our community. We understand the unique challenges that come with limited access to health care services, and that's why we look forward to bringing convenient and compassionate care right to your neighborhood. Our state-of-the-art mobile medical unit is fully equipped to provide essential maternal health care services, provided in a safe and nurturing environment.
Check back for more information soon!
High-Risk Pregnancies and Fertility Concerns
Maternal Fetal Care Center
The Maternal Fetal Care Center is a resource unlike any other in the state. We care for women from before conception through delivery with comprehensive, high-quality care for high-risk pregnancies, preconception and genetic counseling, specialized testing and screening and much more.
Fetal Concerns Center
The Fetal Concerns Center provides a comprehensive team approach when caring for women and their unborn children. Froedtert & MCW health network and Children's Wisconsin work in close collaboration to deliver high-quality, comprehensive fetal care.
Fertility and Reproductive Medicine
If you have been unable to have a baby, you’re not alone. One out of seven couples has infertility concerns and trouble conceiving. The good news is that fertility treatments offer more hope for a successful pregnancy than ever before.
Birth Classes and Tours
All three birth center locations offer classes to help you prepare for delivery and newborn care. Birth center tours are also available.