Video: From pre-natal care to delivery, find out how we handle each of your unique pregnancy needs.
We Deliver More Babies!
As one of the largest providers of obstetrical services in the state and the largest provider of obstetrics in Greater Cincinnati, Bethesda North and Good Samaritan Hospitals welcome more than 10,000 babies each year.
At TriHealth, we understand that each mom is different, each family is unique, and each baby is remarkable. That is why we personalize your maternity care from the moment you choose us until well beyond the time you head home with your baby.
TriHealth Women’s Services…Delivering the Experts in Cincinnati Obstetrics
TriHealth Women’s Institute physicians, working together to improve the health of women and their families, are located throughout the Greater Cincinnati area. They will monitor your progress throughout your pregnancy to ensure that you and your baby receive expert, attentive obstetrics care at every moment.
High Risk Maternity Care for Mom and Baby
Good Samaritan has state-of-the-art Level III Neonatal Intensive Care services (NICU) for pregnant women and newborns, and the Harold and Margret Thomas Special Care Nursery at Bethesda North offers Level II nursery services.
Additionally, the Seton Center for Advanced Obstetrics and Special Care Obstetrics Unit at Good Samaritan Hospital and the Bethesda North Hospital Perinatal Center provide care for women with high-risk pregnancies.
A partnership among Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and University Hospital, the Cincinnati Fetal Center is a collaborative program that provides exceptional medical care for women and their unborn babies who have complications related to abnormalities of the baby or issues related to a difficult pregnancy.
The team of eleven board-certified maternal-fetal specialists at Tri-State Maternal Fetal Medicine Associates offers a full range of services for you and your baby including fetal diagnosis and testing, gestational diabetes care and genetic counseling.
Please refer to our Resource Guides for information on everything from pregnancy planning to postpartum care.
*The information in these books are to be used as guidelines. Medical advances are being made every day, so please check with you physician or midwife if you have any questions.
For additional information, call the TriHealth Women's HealthLine at 513 475 4500 or email us.