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Virtual Prenatal Care

Adding convenience and comfort to pregnancy care

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Virtual Prenatal Care is a convenient way to receive pregnancy care from the comfort of your home or work. Traditionally, women have 8-14 prenatal care visits at their provider’s office during pregnancy. With Henry Ford Health System’s new Virtual Prenatal Care program, half of these office visits can by conducted virtually using digital technology. The extra convenience is ideal for busy working moms or those with younger children:

  • More flexibility over when and where you have prenatal appointments.
  • No need for travel or arranging for child care, saving time and money.
  • Less hassle with parking, getting to appointments on time, checking in and time spent in waiting areas.
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