Find Your OB-GYN in Dodgeville
It’s an unforgettable, deeply personal experience. Pregnancy and giving birth are a profoundly moving part of your life, one that deserves a care team dedicated to making it uniquely yours. Our Birth Center, family doctors and OB-GYN specialists in Dodgeville are here for you, your baby and your family. Expect outstanding prenatal and postpartum care, and when the big day arrives, it’s all about comfort, health and safety for you and your baby.
We are known for an unsurpassed level of quality care. Our state-of-the-art facility is staffed with OB-GYNs, Family Medicine Doctors and a specialized staff of nurses who provide labor, delivery, recovery, postpartum, and breastfeeding care. And together with our surgical staff, we also care for more complex C-section deliveries.
Tour Our Birth Center
When you’re in labor, comfort is essential. That’s why we provide you with a room of your own when it matters most. Our innovative birth center suites provide a relaxing, home-like environment that’s spacious and private. Each suite features a birthing bed, sofa sleeper, rocking chair, armoire, large private bathroom with jet tub and wireless Internet access — ensuring all your family and friends can share in your joy.
Birth Center and Obstetric Services
- Private birthing suites
- C-section Suite
- Labor and delivery
- Recovery care
- Post-partum care
- Breastfeeding care
- Lactation Counseling
- Childbirth and childcare resources
Family Medicine OB Care Providers
Kami planned to have her first child at Upland Hills Health. She didn’t plan for it to happen two weeks early. And she certainly didn’t plan to experience a scare. But the birthing team at Upland Hills Health had her covered—and kept her feeling safe and cared for every step of the way.
Kami, a registered nurse at UW Hospital, was surprised when her water broke as she walked out the door for work a few days before Christmas. Her hospital bag wasn’t quite ready, and neither was she, but Bri [Brianne Farrey, R.N.], the Birthing Unit nurse, made sure she got what she needed, and provided exactly what Kami needed—encouragement and information.
“Being an RN, you know every little thing that can happen,” Kami explained. So when the heart rate monitor showed a drop in her baby’s heart rate during a contraction, Kami was worried. “Everyone was calm the whole time and Bri told me what to expect to happen in the coming hours every time she checked me. I knew that she and the other nurses knew exactly what they were doing, and it really helped keep me calmer.”
“Barb [Yanna, R.N.] came on at shift change and was smiling and so encouraging through the pushing. They really made my husband feel included and made sure we had everything we needed,” she said.
After Grady made his way into the world, Kami found an equal amount of support from the Birthing Unit nurses with solving some breastfeeding struggles. “The unit was really busy—there were two births the next day, and they still took the time to come help us,” she recalls.
“It was nice to only have a five minute drive home when we left, and to know that I could call anytime and get help or answers if I needed to,” said Kami. “My whole experience was great—I wouldn’t have wanted to be anywhere else for the birth of my first baby.”