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UCSF Obstetrics Prenatal Care during COVID-19

Find out how UCSF has tailored access to care and visits in the following:
Prenatal care outline-English
Prenatal care outline-Spanish
Prenatal care outline-Chinese

​If you have questions along the way, please do not hesitate to ask us 415.353.2566.

UCSF Diabetes and Pregnancy Program (DAPP)

DAPP is an all-inclusive service offering comprehensive and continuing diabetes care and management for women
during their pregnancy.
During this ever-changing time of the COVID-19 pandemic, most of our visits are offered via telehealth through a secure Zoom link.

View the informational pdf and print the referral form.

Caring for Yourself During Pregnancy

Our multidisciplinary team is committed to providing you with compassionate and expert care so that you enjoy a safe and rewarding experience. This patient guide was created to provide you with a resource that explains the many services we offer and what you may expect along your journey.

Open a guidebook preview, the complete guidebook or download PDF icon guidebook pdf.

You can access the following information in the guidebook:

  • Important Contact Information
  • Your Health Care Team and Their Roles
  • Beginning Your Pregnancy
  • What Happens at Your Prenatal Visits
  • Centering Pregnancy
  • Baby's Month-to-Month Development
  • Common Discomforts of Pregnancy
  • Danger Signs during Pregnancy
  • ​Tests and Other Screening in the First 3 Months of Pregnancy

Review and print information regarding our UCSF Diabetes and Pregnancy Program (DAPP).

Postpartum: Now that You've delivered

Your resource guides once you have given birth.

English guidebook Postpartum: Now that you've given birth
Download a pdf of the English guidebook

Spanish guidebook Posparto: Ahora que ha dado a luz
Download a pdf of the Spanish guidebook


Follow this link for additional information on Obstetrics services and Maternal-Fetal Medicine in ObGyn & RS.