Note: It's always a good idea to check with your health insurance company prior to choosing a practice to learn about your coverage and who is in-network. 


Albert Einstein Medical Center

5501 Old York Rd, Philadelphia, PA 19141

"Einstein Healthcare Network is a leader in providing obstetrics services to the Philadelphia region. With more than 5,000 babies delivered each year between Einstein Medical Center Philadelphia and Einstein Medical Center Montgomery, we have the experience and expertise women need for a healthy pregnancy and delivery.

Our facilities in Philadelphia and Montgomery County offer spacious and private delivery and postpartum rooms, a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and C-section rates well below the state and national averages.

Einstein is committed to providing every patient a supportive birthing experience by working with each mom-to-be. We are experienced with natural births, epidural anesthesia and vaginal births after cesarean (VBAC)."

Hahnemann Hospital

230 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19102

"At Hahnemann University Hospital, we're committed to providing safe, healthy deliveries while keeping you, your baby and loved ones comfortable and informed.

Whether you choose natural childbirth or need medical intervention, we are here to support you through the labor process. We have extensive expertise in low- and high-risk situations.

Our maternity facility provides advanced technology, inviting décor, and is designed with comfort and privacy in mind."

Pennsylvania Hospital

800 Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA 19107

Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania

3400 Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA 19104

"From low-intervention birthing rooms to fully equipped operating rooms for emergency situations, Pennsylvania Hospital offers a range of prenatal options for each woman's unique needs. The Labor and Delivery Unit provides quality medical care in a relaxing modern setting. This unit features a maternity admissions area that offers mothers privacy and comfort for their early labor examination.

Our homelike labor and delivery rooms offer mothers the convenience of staying in the same room before and during birth and for a short period after delivery. Each room has a warm, comfortable atmosphere with a private bath, rocking chair and soft décor. All necessary medical equipment for mother and baby is stored out-of-sight until needed."

Temple University Hospital

3401 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19140

"The Department provides expert care in all areas of obstetrics and gynecology and its subspecialties such as perinatology (complicated high-risk pregnancies), gynecologic oncology, urogynecology and pelvic reconstructive surgery, as well as specialized services in gynecology such as laser treatment, hysteroscopy, and minimally invasive surgery (laparoscopic and robotic-assisted).

Special programs: diabetes-in-pregnancy; genetic counseling; prenatal diagnosis and therapy; menopause program; surgical oncology; endoscopic surgery; pelvic reconstructive, vaginal and urogynecological surgery; vaginitis care."

Thomas Jefferson University Hospital

111 S 11th St, Philadelphia, PA 19107

"We have an entire suite of services available to you from the time you start planning your pregnancy through delivery and beyond.

You will have access to:

  • Highly experienced and compassionate obstetricians

  • Extraordinary nursing care

  • Perinatologists (doctors who specialize in high-risk pregnancy)

  • Anesthesiologists who have been specially trained for pregnant women

  • Intensive care for newborns through our collaboration with Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children

  • Maternity facilities including a maternal/infant unit and a 40-bed Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit staffed by Nemours neonatologists and neonatal nurse practitioners

You and your baby will be protected in our highly secured areas, from our labor and delivery unit to our mother-baby unit. We care for you and your infant in a family-centered approach and include the father or significant other in our care.

As one of only six Pennsylvania hospitals certified as a Baby-Friendly by the Baby-Friendly® Hospital Initiative, we encourage rooming-in to enhance bonding and breastfeeding. Together, with our dedicated case manager, social worker and home care coordinator, you will receive excellent care from admission to discharge."

Area Birthing Centers

The Birth Center

1508 W 7th St, Wilmington, DE 19805

"At The Birth Center, pregnancy and birth are treated as a natural process, not a medical procedure. We encourage our laboring mothers to move, walk, eat, drink, shower, get on a birth ball or in the tub— whatever their bodies tell them to do! You may even birth your baby into the water birth tub.

The CNM stays with the family throughout labor providing labor support, comfort measures and medical monitoring. The result is a relaxed, empowered woman laboring effectively to birth her child naturally and safely. At The Birth Center, we appreciate and celebrate your individual birth choices. We provide education, information and personalized care to help you learn about your body, its various stages and your individualized needs during these important times. We work with you to learn about natural birth, individualized birth plans and encourage you to develop the trust in yourself to give birth and transition into parenthood. The rewards of learning to trust your body’s innate ability to birth are deep and will have a lasting impact on your family.The midwife stays with you for a portion of your postpartum stay; the Registered Nurse stays with you for your entire postpartum stay. Infants are never separated from mothers. They stay skin-to-skin and nurse during the first couple hours."

Life Cycle Woman Care

918 County Line Rd, Bryn Mawr, PA 19010

“Since 1978 The Birth Center at Lifecycle WomanCare has provided exceptional maternity and birth services to women seeking a safe, comfortable, out-of-hospital birth experience in a home-like setting. The LWC team believes strongly that birth is a natural and empowering experience. Our midwifery model of care is committed to providing the mother with the support, education, and empowerment to have the birth experience that is right for her and her family.”