Start here. Deliver here. Stay here.
Facing a high-risk pregnancy and looking for the best care for you and your baby?
Our special partnership allows high-risk mothers to start their pregnancy with Fort Sanders Perinatal Center, deliver at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center, and stay with East Tennessee Children’s Hospital for neonatal intensive care and pediatric services as babies grow and develop.
Start with Fort Sanders Perinatal Center.
Complete high-risk care in one practice.
There’s no safer place for your baby’s beginning than at Fort Sanders Perinatal Center with complete high-risk pregnancy care in one practice. We’ve served thousands of women in East Tennessee for more than 20 years and delivered over 20,000 high-risk babies. The high-risk prenatal doctors, or perinatologists, at Fort Sanders Perinatal Center have provided complete care for high-risk women, especially those 35 years or older, with multiples, pregnancy complications, history of birth defects, and medical problems such as diabetes or hypertension.Fort Sanders Perinatal Center
Deliver at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center.
2019 “Best for Babies” Award Winner
Your little one is on the way, and you want the best care possible. Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center has the physicians and experience to deliver both routine and high-risk pregnancies. We are one of 18 hospitals in the state to have earned the Tennessee Hospital Association’s and Tennessee Department of Health’s “BEST for Babies” award in 2019.Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center
Stay with East Tennessee Children’s Hospital.
For all stages of your child’s life
When you’re expecting, you expect the best. But if the unexpected happens, parents turn to East Tennessee Children’s Hospital, where more than 900 of East Tennessee smallest residents are treated in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) every year. And, your child’s care doesn’t end when baby goes home. East Tennessee Children’s Hospital has more pediatric subspecialties than any other hospital in our region to support your little one, today and tomorrow.East Tennessee Children's Hospital