New Baby

We would be honored to have the privilege of caring for your new baby and providing a comprehensive medical home. Please make sure to add your new baby to your insurance plan within the first 30 days otherwise your child will not be covered on your insurance plan.

Schedule a Prenatal Visit or Inquire About Becoming a New Patient
Call: 303-830-7337, Option 2
Please allow 48-72 hours to return your call.

First Time Patients

Schedule a prenatal visit today to tour our clinic and meet our staff before baby comes. Although we would love to meet you and your family before arrival of your baby, a prenatal is not required to join our practice.

Our prenatal meet and greets are done during lunch so it doesn’t interfere with the care of our patients. Typically they are scheduled Tuesday – Friday depending on the doctor’s schedule. Most of our doctors do these tours but if one is not available feel free to schedule your prenatal with our lactation educator and nurse, Betsy Bridges.

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Hospital Privileges

Our doctors have privileges at the following Hospitals:

  • Rose Medical Center
  • St. Joseph’s Hospital

Let the hospital staff know the name of your chosen pediatrician at Children’s Medical Center and they will notify us when your baby is born. Our doctors see newborns in the hospital daily prior to coming into the office at 8:30am. If your baby is delivered at a hospital other than those listed above, call us to make an appointment for your baby to be seen within two days of his/her discharge.

Current Families Having Babies

Children's Medical Center Baby Celebration

Newborns Celebrated on the Newbies Wall

New babies of current families are already considered patients of Children’s Medical Center. Please let your child’s doctor know your expecting so they are aware they will have a new patient. If you plan to deliver at either Rose Medical Center or St. Joseph’s Hospital then ask the hospital to notify us to round on your baby once delivered. Newborns born at other hospitals should be seen in our office within two days of discharge.

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