Congratulations on your pregnancy! The BirthPlace provides family-centered care and offers private rooms along with a wide range of services to make your birthing experience an event to cherish.
A vaccine is the most promising strategy for combating COVID-19 for the general population. Pregnant women can choose to get a vaccine when it’s available or wait for more information about how the vaccine affects pregnant women. UCLA OBGYN stands by this statement from the ACOG and SMFM. Ultimately, it’s a decision best made in collaboration with your health care provider. Read more on the UCLA Health Connect Blog > and Pregnancy and Coronavirus FAQ's >
We in the UCLA Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology acknowledge and are deeply concerned regarding the disparities in the healthcare of women, particularly those of under-represented minorities. We recognize that the basis of this disparity is long-standing and sadly has its roots in racism and injustice against people of color, especially Black, Latino and Native American people. We are committed to identifying underlying implicit and explicit biases and eliminating them.