Find the Right Obstetrics Service for You


Delivering your baby will be one of the most special moments of your life. The obstetric providers at Mile High understand the importance of making sure you are comfortable and confident during your delivery. Each of our providers are highly trained in the treatments we offer, meaning each staff member or medical professional you come in contact with is an expert in what they do.

Fertility Planning

Being aware of your fertility is the first step in preparing to conceive.  We work hard to create a safe, caring, and private space for you to receive top-of-the-line fertility services. An important part of fertility planning is recording signals to determine when you are most likely to get pregnant. Our specialists provide the testing you need to determine your optimal timeframe for conceiving.


When you decide to get pregnant, you may run into challenges with fertility. Over 6 million women struggle to get pregnant. If you are one of them – you’re not alone. Many things contribute to infertility, like genetics, hormone imbalances, or health problems. We can work with you to determine the level of infertility and create a treatment plan based on your family planning goals.

Pregnancy Management

Pregnancy management is a system that allows you to create a plan for your pregnancy, delivery, and postnatal care. Many women utilize this service to connect them with the right providers and specialists, and to have an advocate during the birthing process. Mile High’s pregnancy management services can help you make important birthing decisions and simplify family planning.

Prenatal Care

While you are pregnant, you should receive regular prenatal care. This is where your care team of doctors, nurses, or midwives will monitor your baby’s progress and development, and make sure that any potential issues are identified and addressed as quickly as possible. Prenatal care visits typically occur monthly for most of your pregnancy, but will increase closer to your due date.


Ultrasounds are useful in detecting and diagnosing a number of women’s health problems or monitoring a baby during pregnancy. They are a non-invasive tool that involves using sound waves to produce pictures of the inside of your body. It is a low-risk procedure.  



Meet Our Providers

Each Mile High OBGYN + Midwifery professional is specially trained to work with women from all walks of life. No matter what you’re looking to seek care for, our providers can help. Learn more about our staff and professionals below. 

Read Stories From Our Patients

We love building long-lasting relationships with our patients. To learn more about what an experience with Mile High is like, check out some of our testimonials from new and long-term patients here.

Changes During Pregnancy

When you get pregnant, there will be changes that happen in your body. You may gain weight or experience mood swings, gastrointestinal issues, or fatigue. Back pain, morning sickness, heartburn, and frequent urination are also common things that pregnant women deal with. It’s important to note that every pregnancy will look different. During prenatal care visits, your provider will help you monitor your symptoms. Always be honest with your doctor about anything uncomfortable or painful. 

Follow-Up Prenatal Care Visits In Denver

During your follow-up visits, your provider will continue to watch your health and pregnancy process by: 

Monitoring your blood pressure, weight, and medications
Our providers will perform regular health check-ups to make sure there are no complications with your pregnancy.  
Analyzing relevant genetic tests
If you need genetic testing, our providers can help you determine which tests are relevant for your pregnancy. 
Ensuring that the baby is meeting development expectations and is in the right position.
If anything abnormal is present during an ultrasound or prenatal check-up, the Mile High providers will help you through it. 

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Do you still have questions about pregnancy management?

What important details should I know about my health before my first prenatal care visit?

You should know the date of your last menstrual cycle, any physical or mental health conditions you have been diagnosed with, the medications you are taking, and your pregnancy plan. 

Do I need to be tested for STIs when I’m pregnant?

Yes! You should continue to have regular STI testing even though you are pregnant. Sometimes symptoms can go unnoticed. 

How long does a normal pregnancy last?

A typical pregnancy will last 40 weeks. 

Insurance Options We Honor

Mile High OBGYN + Midwifery accepts most major insurance providers! If you have any questions about whether we accept your insurance or not, please reach out to us.

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