Kingston General Hospital operates a number of different outpatient obstetrical care clinics and services to support the women of Southeastern Ontario. These clinics include:
While infertility can be difficult, advances in infertility treatment have assisted many couples in their goal of becoming pregnant and having a healthy baby. This clinic supports individuals or couples who are having difficulty conceiving. To be seen in this clinic, you must be referred by your doctor or gynecologist. For more information, click here.
Fetal Assessment Unit
The Fetal Assessment Unit is the spot in the hospital where your prenatal ultrasounds will take place. An ultrasound will allow us see how your baby is growing and developing as well as confirm an estimated due date. Your primary caregiver will work with you and let you know when your ultrasound should be scheduled. For more information, click here.
Regular obstetrical clinic
This clinic offers both prenatal and postpartum care to women in three distinct categories, low-risk pregnancies, high-risk pregnancies and to pregnant teens. Through this clinic we are able to monitor your health, as well as the health of your baby as you progress towards labour and delivery. For more information on this clinic, click here.
Prenatal genetics service
KGH's prenatal genetics service is offered through the hospital's Medical Genetics department. This service offers genetic testing to expectant mothers and their partner as well as to individuals or couples who are considering pregnancy. For more information on prenatal genetics, click here.
KGH's Women's Clinic offers women access to safe, discreet and respectful options for terminating unwanted pregnancies. Social workers are also available through the clinic to help make sure you make a decision that is right for you. For more information on the options available to you through the Women's Clinic, click here.