Chatham Hospital Maternity Care Center

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The Chatham Hospital Maternity Care Center is close to home and provides compassionate and expert care for mothers and their newborns. Our new facility is fully equipped and ready to take care of expectant families during their stay. We have 3 LDRP (Labor, Delivery, Recovery, Post-Partum) rooms, 2 Post-Partum rooms, a Triage room and 2-bed nursery. We believe that mothers and their newborns deserve quality care and a birth experience that is right for them and their families without having to leave Chatham County.

Our care model is family-centered, so our focus in on the needs of the mom, baby and family. We are optimized to meet your needs for:

  • Pregnancy-related concerns
  • Labor
  • Vaginal Births
  • Cesarean Sections

Care is provided by our team of physicians and midwives, who will be caring for our families in the same department of the hospital, throughout their stay. Our goal is to provide you with a birthing experience that respects your needs for comfort as well as your family. We will be with you every step of the way to ensure the comfort and care of you and your baby.

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We are happy to provide the following services for moms and their babies:

  • Family/patient-centered labor support
  • Birthing/peanut balls
  • Options to help alleviate discomfort during labor and birth including epidural, nitrous oxide and IV pain medications
  • Lactation services
  • Spanish interpretation services
  • Rooming-in, which means you and your baby are cared for together during your stay
  • Social support services, WIC

Our amenities include:

  • “Deep-soaking” tub which can be utilized during the labor process

  • Free and convenient parking

  • New and modern rooms to help keep you and your baby comfortable

Deliver Your Baby without leaving Chatham County

Please discuss with your provider if delivering your baby at the MCC is the right option for you.

We would love to show you around our new maternity center and get to know you before your birth! Once you are 36 weeks into your pregnancy, call us to schedule a personalized pre-registration tour. During the tour, we will show you the maternity center, introduce to our staff and discuss the birth experience that is right for you!

Our Affiliated Prenatal Care Locations

GYN services are available at UNC Specialty Care at Chatham in Siler City, NC.

We collaborate with the following UNC Health and community clinics:

Chatham County Resources

We are dedicated to providing Chatham county families with the care they need during their stay and after. Our team has developed a list of local organizations that offer assistance with childcare, education, social support, and much more. To learn more, you can view the list of resources here.

Are you Expecting?

Call 919-799-4420 to learn more about our new Maternity Care Center.

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Chatham Reveals New Maternity Center

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Midwifery at Chatham Maternity Care Center

We are proud to offer in-hospital midwifery care at Chatham Maternity Care Center. Midwives offer primary care, gynecologic and family planning services, preconception care, care during pregnancy, childbirth and the postpartum period, and care of the normal newborn during the first 28 days of life.

Learn more about our Midwives

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Provider Spotlight: Rebeca Moretto, CNM, MPH, MSN

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Certified Nurse-Midwife at Piedmont Services Moncure

What is your role?

I am a Certified Nurse-Midwife providing full scope care. This means that I provide care from the menarche (when someone starts menstruating) all the way through menopause. This includes complete physical exams, pap smears, STI screening, breast exams, prenatal care, postpartum care, and newborn care through the first 28 days of life. I also get to take care of birthing people and catch babies at the new Chatham Hospital Maternity Care Center!

What drew you to this type of work? 

I was drawn to this work because of my background in public health. Learning about the huge impact that midwives make on the health of communities inspired me to pursue midwifery for myself as a career. The midwifery philosophy of care centers around seeing people as a whole and integrating their emotional, psychological, and social health along with their physical health. As midwives we see pregnancy and birth as a normal, healthy life transition. I wanted the opportunity to connect with people deeply while also caring for their physical needs. I have had the opportunity to witness the power of birth in a variety of settings including homes, birth centers, and in the hospital.

What is your favorite part of your job?

I love having the opportunity to learn people’s stories. I feel so lucky to walk alongside people through some of the most important moments of their lives.

What is your favorite Children’s book?

I can’t choose just one! The Never-ending Story, The Paper bag Princess, The Giver

What is your favorite food?

Watermelon is my answer as a healthcare provider, Gummy worms is my real answer!

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