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Toronto Hospitals And Health Centers

Toronto hospitals dedicated to providing you, your baby, and your family, the best quality of care. The Birthing Suites at Hospital has labour rooms, operating rooms, and recovery room. Also they provide a labour lounge where mothers and partners can rest in comfortable chairs, use our birthing balls, or just relax while in early in labour. You will need to complete the following form to register for your birth at the hospital: In-patient registration form, “Wishes For Your Baby’s Birth and Hospital Stay”.

Choosing a prenatal health care provider

Obstetrician

A specialized doctor who provides care to you during your pregnancy, labour, childbirth, postpartum and to support your overall reproductive health. They give prenatal care to both low- and high-risk pregnancies. They also provide one follow-up visit after your baby is born.

Nurse Practitioner

Provide care to you and your family in clinics, health centres or hospitals. Nurse Practitioners may offer care during pregnancy and after you give birth. You will be referred to a doctor for the delivery, as they do not deliver babies. They also do routine check-ups for babies and children and work closely with doctors, specialists, midwives and other health care providers. A trained professional who provides non-medical support and care to you and/or your partner before, during or after childbirth.

Midwife

Provides care if your pregnancy is normal (low risk). A midwife can deliver your baby either at home or in hospital, depending on your preference. The midwife will continue to provide care for you and your baby after birth.

Doula

We are working with certified Doulas who are professional trained in childbirth who provides emotional, physical,and educational support to a mother who is expecting, is experiencing labor, or has recently given birth. The doula’s purpose is to help women have a safe, memorable, and empowering birthing experience.