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Testimonial from Asha Repace

When I started my own family, I chose UC Davis Health because I knew I would have access to the best. I had both of my children delivered by amazing OB/GYN’s and their teams. When my daughter Lily was born with branchio-oto-renal syndrome, a condition that has resulted in hearing loss and kidney disease, we were very overwhelmed and scared.

However, we knew we had Dr. Butani, the best pediatric nephrologist, on our side. He was able to help put our minds at ease. There have been many doctors that oversee Lily’s care including otolaryngologist Dr. Rodney Diaz and audiologist Audrey Bracchi, who we consider the best in their respective fields.

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We’ve been through a lot as a family, but these doctors have been with us every step of the way. Each one makes Lily’s journey easy to cope with. They are all patient and kind and make us feel like she is important to them. We are so thankful for her team of doctors, who make us feel like she’s a priority.

UC Davis Health Maternity Services: Expertise for every kind of pregnancy journey

We know that your baby’s heartbeat, kicks, and little movements speak volumes. That’s why we listen, look closer, and provide world-class care for you during every step of your pregnancy journey.

As Sacramento’s No. 1 hospital and one of Newsweek’s Best Maternity Care Hospitals, we’re honored to offer world-class maternity care plus obstetricians who provide the best expertise for routine and high-risk pregnancies, including the highest standard of management for unique health concerns, complications, and unexpected situations.

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But our care doesn’t stop there. When you choose the UC Davis Birth Center for your pregnancy, labor and delivery, you can expect personalized support from experts who partner with you on your birthing goals, provide options for pain management, and respect your choices.

When it’s time for you to give birth, we help you feel comfortable by providing private birthing suites in a home-like, family atmosphere, while striving to provide uninterrupted bonding time and the opportunity to begin breastfeeding (if you choose to).

In addition, our specially trained nurses are available to assist with your newborn. They can provide valuable breastfeeding support, as well as helpful advice about other ways to care for your new arrival.

Your pregnancy and childbirth are extraordinarily personal moments, and you deserve an expert team behind you.

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Take a nurse-led virtual tour of our birth center today, or to learn how we can support your growing family, visit health.ucdavis.edu/baby.