The St. Paul’s Hospital Pregnancy, Birthing and Newborn Centre has a multidisciplinary team to support you during your pregnancy, delivery and recovery. It includes specially trained registered nurses and licensed practical nurses (RNs and LPNs), obstetricians, family physicians, midwives, pediatricians, and anesthetists. Other team members may include social workers, lactation consultants, laboratory technicians, respiratory therapists, physiotherapists, dietitians, spiritual health practitioners, and many others.
If you want to have your baby at St. Paul’s Hospital, you must find a care provider to look after you during pregnancy and childbirth. Your care provider can be a family doctor, registered midwife or obstetrician, depending on your health-care needs and personal preferences. If there are any medical concerns or care required for your baby during your hospital stay, a pediatrician may also be part of your care team.
This section will help you find care providers who practice at the Pregnancy, Birthing and Newborn Centre.
A doctor who provides prenatal, obstetrical and postpartum care for pregnant people and newborns. List of family physicians who deliver babies at St. Paul’s.
A doctor who has specialized education and training with a focus on supporting pregnancy and delivery. They do not offer care postpartum. List of obstetricians who deliver babies at St. Paul’s.
Formally trained health-care professionals, midwives offer primary maternity care to healthy, low-risk pregnant people and their newborns from early pregnancy, through labour and birth, until about six weeks after birth. List of midwives who practice at St. Paul’s.