This year, the Massachusetts General Hospital Fertility Center is celebrating 30 years of care. Our clinical work and cutting-edge research across the field of reproductive health and fertility has helped thousands of people across New England and beyond.
Nurse-midwives at Mass General provide family planning and contraception services, and prenatal, labor and delivery and postpartum care for those patients who are considered to have low- or moderate-risk pregnancies. To make an appointment with the Midwifery Service, contact the Obstetrics Program and request an appointment with a midwife.
Revere HealthCare Center
300 Ocean Avenue
Revere, MA 02151
Obstetrics appointments in Revere: 781-485-6450
Departments, Centers & Programs:
- University of Connecticut - Bachelor of Science in Nursing
- Frontier Nursing University - Master of Science in Nurse Midwifery
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