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Birth Center

  • From preconception counseling to pregnancy to childbirth and beyond, you'll find expert, nurturing and personalized care at Allina Health's Cambridge Medical Center—a hospital and clinic in one, in a close-to-home location.

    From the very beginning, you can count on us for:

    • different types of pregnancy care providers to fit with your family
    • care that's focused on your and your family's comfort and personal wishes
    • unique offerings and specialized care, close to home

    Different types of pregnancy care

    • Our experts include OB/GYNs; family medicine physicians; nurses and staff with many years of labor/delivery and postpartum experience; and pediatricians.
    • Our providers live in Cambridge and the surrounding communities, too. We know your community because we are a part of it, too.

    Care that's focused on comfort and your wishes

    • We'll work with you on fulfilling your birth experience wishes in a family-focused and safe environment.
    • You'll be able to access birthing balls/peanut balls; guided imagery and aromatherapy to help manage pain.
    • Many times, families have the same birth center nurses care for them throughout their labor, delivery and postpartum experience.

    Unique offerings and specialized care

    • Our Partners in Pregnancy program offers families two appointments. The first one involves a birth center tour. The second appointment occurs after delivery and focuses on your and your baby's health
    • Vaginal birth after Cesarean (VBAC) following physician evaluation
    • Extensive breast feeding support from certified lactation consultants.
    • Pregnancy, childbirth and parenting classes will help get you prepared for it all.
      One Day Childbirth Prep Express Class
      Two Day Childbirth Prep Express Class 
      All About Babies 
      Breastfeeding and Lactation Basics
    • Access to Allina Health's entire network of facilities and providers which includes Minnesota Perinatal Physicians (high-risk pregnancy specialists), Mercy Hospital, Abbott Northwestern Hospital and others.

    Visiting the Birth Center

    The safety and security of our new moms, babies and their families is very important to us. When you visit the Birth Center, you should use the phone on the wall next to the West elevators to request access. The staff on the fourth floor will answer and give visitors access to the unit. See the Birth Center map to West elevators.