Resources for Expectant Parents

Thinking about motherhood can be a little scary, and everyone has questions that come up throughout pregnancy. Here are some quick links to resources of help to expectant parents.


Pre-registration form - Please complete and return this form before your 28th week of pregnancy so that we can enter your information in our system and be prepared when you come in to deliver.

Carepages - Create a page to help keep your family and friends in the know about your pregnancy and childbirth.

Pediatric Care providers - This list includes pediatricians in Greenville. Even if you choose a pediatrician outside of Greenville, any one of these providers can examine your baby in the hospital.

Tours and classes - We offer a variety of classes to prepare you and your family for a new baby.

What to bring to the hospital - This checklist can help you pack in advance and have everything you need to deliver.

Birth certificate form - You will receive this form in the hospital, but you may also download it here and complete all the necessary information for your child's birth certificate.

Car seat checks- Remember that car seats come in several sizes. You will need an infant or newborn size for the first months of your baby's life. You may go by the Greenville Fire/Rescue Headquarters located at 500 South Green Street, Greenville, NC, to have your car seat checked on Fridays from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. For more information, call 252-847-8532.

OB/GYN Practices in Greenville 


Brody Outpatient Center
600 Moye Blvd.
Greenville, NC 27834
Phone: (252)744-4669
Fax: (252)744-5329

ECU Women's Physicians
2160 Herbert Court
Greenville, NC 27834
Phone: (252)744-4669
Fax: (252)744-5329
Greenville OB/GYN
101 Bethesda Drive
Greenville, NC 27834
Phone: (252)758-4181
Fax: (252)758-2603
Greenville Women's Clinic
2251 Stantonsburg Road
Greenville, NC 27834
Phone: (252)757-3131
Fax: (252)757-9600
Women's Health Center
2317 A Executive Park West
Greenville, NC 27834
Phone: (252)830-1035
Fax: (252)830-0827



Your Health

Domestic violence - Domestic violence is a serious issue, especially during pregnancy. The Pitt County Family Violence Program is available for support. Call 252-758-4400. Real Crisis Intervention is another resource in Greenville. Call 252-758-HELP or e-mail .

Infant loss - Many women experience the loss of an infant whether through miscarriage, still birth or other condition. If you experience infant loss, it's important to take care of yourself physically as well as emotionally. This brochure helps you know how to care for yourself when losing a child later in pregnancy.

Important phone numbers 

Admissions desk 252-847-7105
Childbirth classes 252-847-7439
Hopeful Beginnings Postpartum Support Group 252-847-7439
Lactation Specialists 252-847-7439