Prenatal Care


The birth of your child is one of the most fulfilling and challenging experiences of your lifetime.

We hope that you will take a few moments to read this information to help answer questions concerning your obstetrical care. If you have questions, please give us a call.

General Information

You will have a primary obstetrician identified; however, all physicians share the facility, as well as office and hospital responsibilities. We deliver at Maine Medical Center.


Call (207) 874-2445, Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.

  • Press Option 1 for Scheduling
  • Press Option 2 for Clinical Assistance

Some clinical situations may require a more frequent appointment schedule than outlined above.


During the course of your pregnancy lab work will be necessary. Tests required will be discussed with you as they are needed.


We recommend an ultrasound examination for all of our patients in mid pregnancy to assess fetal growth and development.

Obstetrical Care Emergencies — When to call

If you are pregnant and are experiencing any of these following symptoms, PLEASE CALL THE OFFICE AT 207-874-2445.

Choose Option 5 to speak with a clinical staff member Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. If it is anytime outside normal office hours (nights, weekends, or holidays) please call our office and you will be directed to the answering service/on-call provider. If the on-call provider does not return your call within 30 minutes, please call the office again.

  • Vaginal bleeding
  • Decreased fetal movements.
  • Elevated blood pressures (140’s/90’s)
  • Headaches that do not resolve with Tylenol, hydration and/or caffeine.
  • Vision changes
  • Right upper quadrant abdominal pain
  • New, increased swelling in extremities
  • Loss of vaginal fluid (water breaking)
  • Signs of labor
  • Shortness of breath and/or chest pain
  • Or any additional concerns

Do not send a portal message if you have any of the above concerns regarding your pregnancy. Please call the office for direct communication with a clinical member and/or physician.

Where to go for Care MMC vs. Office

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A Message for Parents-to-be

From InterMed Pediatrics

Over the next 9 months, you will be cared for by your obstetrician, monitoring all aspects of your health and assuring you the best environment for your baby’s growth and development.

Once your baby is born, we’re sure you will be looking for the best care he/she can get. Our pediatricians at InterMed can provide you with that care. As pediatricians, we solely dedicate our services to the needs of children, from birth through age 18.

We are all board-certified pediatricians. We have three office sites:

  • 84 Marginal Way in Portland on Marginal Way
  • 259 Main Street in Yarmouth
  • 100 Foden Road in South Portland.

We provide our patients with 24-hour coverage, seven days a week, with an on-call pediatrician available to answer emergency calls when the offices are closed.

Our entire staff is committed to providing the highest quality of care to our patients. We have had the honor of having the highest immunization rate in the state, and many of the pediatricians have received awards of excellence from the teaching programs at the hospitals.

We are always working on ways to provide better care for our patients. For instance, we have separate sick and well waiting areas for the kids. We also work with nurse practitioners, RN’s with Masters in Pediatrics, so that we may all spend more time with our patients.

We offer free prenatal visits for first time parents; that is, a visit to meet one of us prior to your baby’s birth so that we can get to know each other, and you can see our office. Usually parents make those appointments between the 6th and 8th months of the pregnancy so that they have a pediatrician picked out prior to the baby coming, especially if it’s early!

Feel free to give us a call and find out more about the office. We look forward to seeing you and wish you the best of luck with your pregnancy.

Learn more about InterMed Pediatrics.

Prenatal Care Resources

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Lab and Genetic Testing:

Medications and Vaccines in Pregnancy

Imaging and Physical Therapy in Pregnancy

Additional Prenatal Resources

Breast Pump Resources