Every family looks forward to a healthy pregnancy but unexpected challenges may arise. Our high-risk pregnancy and newborn medicine specialists provide the best possible care for you and your new baby. Read more about our services at Brigham and Women’s Hospital.
Brigham and Women’s Hospital has ranked among the top 20 best hospitals in the nation on US News and World Report’s Best Hospitals Honor Roll.
As a nurse scientist, Kate Gregory, PhD, RN, describes how nursing taught her to consider all the factors that might be involved in a patient’s case—a skill that has proven crucial for exploring how the microbiome influences newborn health.
At the Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU), your baby is cared for by a team of neonatologists, expert nurses, dietitians and lactation consultants who create and implement an individualized feeding plan based on the needs of newborns with critical health challenges.
Strengthening muscles before knee replacement gives patients a head start on recovery. Brigham doctors and physical therapists even created an app, with brief daily “prehab” exercises so that patients can prepare physically and mentally for the road ahead.
We are inspired by our patients’ courage, our caregivers’ compassion, and our scientists’ curiosity—all fueled by our donors’ generosity.
Imagine what we can do together.