Women's Services

A woman's life never stands still. Which is why Ochsner is reaching out to provide unmatched care specifically for women, in all the places your life takes you. Within Ochsner Health System, you have access to the highest level of women’s health care in the region. And with 7 hospitals, 38 health centers and 2500 affiliated physicians, getting connected to this level of care is as easy as finding the Ochsner name. Our physicians are taking care of women from head to toe, sickness to health and from mother to being a grandmother.

To find a doctor that fits your needs, click here.

To locate a facility or health center in your neighborhood, click here.

Virtual 360° Video Tours of Labor and Delivery Rooms

Ochsner Baptist Women's Pavilion

Ochsner Medical Center - Kenner

Ochsner Medical Center - West Bank Campus

Family Birthing Center at Ochsner Medical Center – Baton Rouge

Did you know that it is best to stay pregnant until at least 39 weeks?

If your pregnancy is healthy and you are considering scheduling your baby's birth, it is best to stay pregnant for at least 39 weeks. Babies born too early may have more health problems at birth and later in life than babies born full term. Being pregnant at least 39 weeks gives your baby's brain and body all the time they need to grow (Source: March of Dimes Patient Education).

For more information, please visit the March of Dimes website or the Healthy Mom & Baby website.