• Shasta Community Maternity Center

Maternity

At Shasta Community Medical Center our healthcare teams are committed to offering compassionate, quality care for you and your baby, from the time you find out you’re pregnant through delivery and after.

We offer a full range of services for your maternity care:

  • An obstetrician provides patient care and clinician consultations.
  • A UC Davis perinatologist (pregnancy specialist) provides assessment and care for women with a high-risk pregnancy.
  • Nurse practitioners (NPs) provide medical care throughout pregnancy and after delivery.
  • Breastfeeding support with a Certified Lactation Consultant, who is a Registered Nurse (RN).
  • A Case Manager offers resources, support and referrals to various community programs.
  • Registered Dietitians (RD) can provide dietary guidance and consultations throughout the pregnancy and after delivery.
  • Sweet Success Program (Pregnancy Diabetes) provides education on proper diet and how to monitor blood sugars.

We also offer:

  • Lab Draw Station offers friendly, convenient, quick place to get your lab work done.
  • Ultrasound Imaging is performed by skilled technicians and read by clinicians.
  • Prenatal and Childbirth Education.
  • Outreach & Enrollment Counselors for those without insurance and to help patients sign up for specific pregnancy insurance programs.

For more information about our maternity services, please call (530) 225-7480

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