Choice, guidance and support. Whether this is your first baby or you’ve gone through pregnancy and childbirth before, we’re here to prepare and support you and your family. Our programs cover pregnancy through early parenting and connect you to a caring community. Led by qualified professionals, programs are open to mothers and fathers—and most are free.

The Birth Hospital also offers a wide range of inpatient and outpatient services, before, during and after birth:

Perinatal Assessment

Perinatologist Dr. Margaret Carr sees patients referred by their care provider for further pregnancy evaluation, such as:

The Perinatal Assessment Center staff is committed to family-centered care, for healthier moms and babies. You’re encouraged to involve family and friends throughout your evaluation. To learn more or schedule an appointment with Dr. Carr, call 414.291.1714.


The Birth Hospital is the first and only hospital in the state to provide birth doulas on staff. We recognize the benefit to the mother as well as the impact on the overall birth experience. Our doulas are selected and professionally trained through DONA International and well prepared to offer guidance through labor, birth, and postpartum. Because we value doula care, The Birth Hospital pays the majority of the fee for this service making it an affordable consideration for your birth plan.

Tubal Ligation

Sterilization offers highly effective, permanent birth control for women. This minor surgical procedure seals a woman’s fallopian tubes so her eggs can’t be fertilized. A doctor can perform a tubal ligation for a woman having a Cesarean section in just a few extra minutes. For referrals, call 262.243.6631.


Vasectomy is the most effective, permanent birth control method for men. This low-risk surgical procedure causes sterility by keeping sperm out of a man’s semen. It does not affect sexual pleasure or testicular hormones that influence beard, voice, sex drive, etc. It takes about three months after a vasectomy for a man’s system to be free of sperm, requiring another form of birth control until then. For referrals, call 262.243.6631.

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