Charlottesville is a great place to give birth to a child. The two local hospitals, UVA Medical Center and Martha Jefferson Medical Center, both provide delivery services and offer various benefits. UVA is a teaching hospital, so often your child will be delivered by a resident with an attending physician standing close by. Martha Jefferson is a traditional hospital. UVA has more emergency services available if they are needed and has more resources for high-risk deliveries. UVA has separate delivery and recovery rooms. Whichever hospital you choose, both offer birthing classes and other prenatal and post-birth classes for parents and children.
There are numerous OB/GYN physicians in Charlottesville. A few of the larger offices/centers are listed below.
The Women's Place at UVA
Emergency/After Hours: 924-2022
UVA's services include general obstetrics and gynecology, reproductive medicine and fertility, urogynecology, teen health center, midlife health, gynecologic oncology, maternal fetal medicine, breast care, community classes and education, and a prenatal diagnosis and treatment center.
University of Virginia Health System General Obstetrics and Gynecology at Northridge
Information on Classes: 924-3791
The General Obstetrics and Gynecology Department for the University of Virginia Health Systems provides services at the Northridge office building between Ivy Road and 250 West, and is a department of the Women's Place at UVA.
Charlottesville Women's Services P.L.C.
1490 Pantops Mountain Place, Suite 105
This group specializes in gynecological surgery and menopause, infertility and obstetrical care and has privileges at Martha Jefferson Hospital.
Jefferson ObGyn Ltd.
977-4488 or 982-7825
600 Peter Jefferson Parkway Suite 290
This practice specializes in obstetrics, gynecology, infertility, laser surgery, laparoscopic surgery, pelvic floor reconstruction and treatment of urinary incontinence.
Martha Jefferson Women's Health
500 Martha Jefferson Drive
Martha Jefferson offers family-centered maternity care. Services include board-certified primary care and specialty physicians, the Breast Health Center and mammography services. The prenatal diagnosis center offers first trimester screenings.
3630 Glenaire Dr.
1003 E. High St.
Donna F. Vinal, CNM, Ph. D.
400 Locust Ave.
730 Lyons Ave.
Charlottesville has many pediatricians, but there are a few larger clinics around the city that have several pediatricians on staff. For additional pediatric providers check the Yellow Pages.
Pediatric Associates of Charlottesville
1011 E Jefferson St.
2411 Ivy Road (250W at Bellair)
1522 Insurance Lane (29 N at Hollymead)
1011 E Jefferson St.
Specializes in providing care for teens and older children.
900 Rio East Court, Suite A
1193 Crozet Ave.
Piedmont has a staff of six pediatricians in its two offices, one of whom is fluent in American Sign Language.
UVA Pediatric Services
The following four clinics are part of the University's children's services, which include a wide variety of pediatric specialties ranging from cardiology to urology. Check the Yellow Pages for additional information.
UVA Primary Care Center
1215 Lee Street
Pediatrics at Northridge
2955 Ivy Road, Suite 303
Teen Health Center
1400 W Main Street
Pediatrics at Orange
661 University Lane