What is Prenatal Orientation?

Posted by Rainbow Pediatrics on Aug 15, 2018 9:13:56 AM

Prenatal Orientation Helps You Make an Important Decision

Choosing the right doctor for your baby is an important decision, as you’ll be visiting the doctor’s office 7-8 times in the first year for routine preventative care visits alone. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the choice, so we have Prenatal Orientation to allow a face-to-face meeting with a few of our providers.  infant healthcare

The best time to attend one of our prenatal orientations is between 28-36 weeks into your pregnancy. We can book your prenatal orientation at our convenient location in New Albany.

This one hour casual get-together serves two purposes. You have an opportunity to get to know us better, both our philosophy and the mechanics of our offices. We want to make it easy for expectant parents to ask questions and learn about our practice.

We encourage and welcome extended family members at the prenatal visit and thereafter.

Highlights Discussed Include:

  • Office Hours and “After Hours”
  • Emergency Calls & Visits
  • Preventative Care Visits, purpose & schedule
  • Expectations
  • Tests and procedures performed at the hospital after delivery
  • What to expect at home with your newborn
  • What the parents need to do before delivery
  • Vaccines

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Rainbow Pediatrics strives to provide our patients with the best and most comprehensive pediatric care possible from birth through college.

From routine preventative care visits to unique health challenges, Rainbow's pediatricians are prepared to treat your child with the friendly, expert care you deserve.

We strive to be the community leader in pediatric health each day by delivering a level of care that's second-to-none in Central Ohio. That's why families trust our experienced team to care for their loved ones from infancy to early adulthood.

Rainbow Pediatrics, board certified pediatricians in New Albany OH 

Topics: Prenatal Orientation