The goal of Alamance Regional Birthplace is to support and help carry out the choices of the birthing plan. And if mom or baby needs specialized care, there are Duke University neonatologists and perinatologists on-site to provide services at Alamance Regional. The nurses hold certifications in obstetrics, neonatal care and childbirth education. There are certified lactation consultants on staff. The board-certified obstetricians and certified nurse mid-wives who deliver at the BirthPlace have extensive skills and experience with both vaginal and cesarean births. Duke University perinatologists work closely with area obstetricians to create care plans for mothers who may have high-risk pregnancies. A Perinatal Clinic staffed by Duke Perinatal Consultants is held twice a week on the Alamance Regional Campus. The clinic also offers genetic screening and preconceptual care for women who may have health concerns or recurrent pregnancy losses. Learn more.