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High Risk Pregnancy

Extra measures are taken in the care of high-risk pregnancies

Certain conditions such as diabetes, a heart condition  and hypertension can put you in the higher risk category for developing complications before, during and after pregnancy. At San Ramon Regional Medical Center, we offer specialized care for pregnancies that are at risk for maternal, fetal or obstetrical complications. We can take care of you and your baby.

If you do have complications and your baby needs extra attention, we offer a Level II special care nursery where we can provide a higher level of care for premature or sick babies. Our neonatologist and neonatal nurse practitioners are always on call.

Call 855-780-4263 or use our Find A Physician tool to be connected to the right specialist who can answer your questions.

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