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Childbirth Services - Frequently Asked Questions

I'm new to the area, and I am currently pregnant. How can I find a local provider?

Who can care for me and deliver my baby?

Are there fertility services available in this area?

Do I have to leave my local community to have my baby?

Are there childbirth education classes available in Laconia?

I am uninsured and pregnant. Can I wait until I'm close to delivery to see a doctor?

I would like to learn more about breastfeeding. Is there someone I can call?

 


I'm new to the area, and I am currently pregnant. How can I find a local provider?

The Lakes and Three Rivers regions are fortunate to have a variety of providers offering the care you need. Whether you would like an OB/GYN, a midwife, or a family practitioner, the services you want are available locally.  And, when it comes time to deliver your baby, you can deliver at the Concord Hospital Family Place or another delivery facility you choose.  

Meet the Caring for Women medical staff For an appointment, please call 527-1855.
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Who can care for me and deliver my baby? 

There are several types of health care professionals that can care for pregnant women and deliver babies. Caring for Women has many obstetricians and nurse-midwives to meet all of your prenatal and postpartum care needs.  And, with our help to transition your care, those at Concord Hospital or another delivery facility will deliver your baby.
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Are there fertility services available in this area? 

Yes. Caring for Women  offers fertility services. Please call 527-1855 for more information.
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Do I have to leave my local community to have my baby? 

LRGHealthcare's Caring for Women offers complete pre-natal and post-partum care in both the Lakes and Three Rivers regions, including midwifery, physician care and breastfeeding support. And for delivery, we have a strong relationship with Concord Hospital to transition our prenatal patients to Concord for labor and delivery.  However, we will help transition your care to another delivery facility if you so choose. 
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Are there childbirth education classes available in Laconia? 

Please refer to Concord Hospital or another delivery facility of your choosing for information on their childbirth education classes.
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I am uninsured and pregnant. Can I wait until I'm close to delivery to see a doctor? 

It is very important that all women receive regular pre-natal care throughout their pregnancy to protect the health of both mother and baby. There are many options available to you in both the Lakes and Three Rivers communities, and we will help make sure you and your baby get the healthcare you need. Please call Patient Financial Services at 527-7171 today - we will help connect you with the care and services you need.
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 I would like to learn more about breastfeeding. Is there someone I can call? 

LRGHealthcare offers a lactation consultant for private consultations, as well as breastfeeding classes and support groups. Please call Caring for Kids at 528.0995 for more information.

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