We're nationally known for our breastfeeding support and encourage skin-to-skin care. Learn about how we support you in caring for your newborn, including routine health screenings for infants.
Learn more about how UC San Diego Health cares for newborns.
As our mothers and new babies recover, we practice family-centered care, where fathers and support people are welcome. We encourage parents to bond with their infants through rooming in and caring for their newborns.
Learn more about postpartum care or visitor information.
If you are experiencing a high-risk pregnancy, it may be reassuring to know that your baby need not be transported to another hospital. Our NICU also offers highly experienced lactation consultants through the Supporting Premature Infant Nutrition (SPIN) program.
Learn more about our NICU.
We're committed to supporting families who choose to breastfeed. We combine the unique skills of physicians, nurse practitioners, certified lactation consultants and lactation educators to provide support for you and your baby.
Learn about our Lactation Service.
Many woman have symptoms of anxiety or depression after childbirth or during pregnancy. Others have questions about whether they can continue previously prescribed medication while pregnant or breastfeeding. Our compassionate experts can recommend safe, effective treatments to help you enjoy this stage of your life.
Learn more about Maternal Mental Health.