Considering giving birth at UC San Diego Health? We offer monthly evening events where you can tour our childbirth facilities, meet physicians and midwives, and ask questions.
Events are usually at 6 p.m., with optional tours before or after (4:45 p.m. or 7 p.m.) We also offer tours only several times a month. (See schedule.) Registration is required, and no childcare is available.
Upcoming Events (Including Optional Tour)
Tours Only: Wednesdays and Saturdays
We offer tours every Wednesday at 6 p.m., and the second and fourth Saturday of each month at 1 p.m. Spanish tours are offered on the fourth Saturday of the month at 2:30 p.m. Please meet in the hospital lobby; tours will begin there. Register online for one of these tours by clicking on the date you would like to attend.
- Wednesday tours:
, May 6
, May 13
, May 20
, June 3
, June 10
, June 17
, July 1
, July 8
, July 15
- Saturdays (English):
, May 23
, June 13
, June 27
, July 11
, July 25
, August 8
, August 22
, September 12
, September 26
- Saturdays (Spanish):
For future events, search:
Why Give Birth at UC San Diego Health?
Midwife or doctor, home-like setting or traditional labor and delivery suite — we offer the most birth options, all backed by the peace of mind of our Level III neonatal intensive care unit. Consider these advantages:
Birth Center: Our Birth Center is the only holistic birth center cradled within a hospital on the West Coast and enables mothers to experience a natural birth with minimal medical intervention.
Volunteer doulas: We're the only hospital in San Diego to offer a volunteer doula program to laboring mothers.
Lactation consultants: We're designated “Baby-Friendly,” a prestigious international recognition awarded to birth facilities that actively encourage breastfeeding as the primary source of newborn nutrition.
Nationally recognized Maternal-Fetal Care and Genetics Center: Board-certified specialists in our Maternal-Fetal Care and Genetics Center provide coordinated care from pre-conception through birth, including prenatal and genetic counseling regarding amniocentesis, chorionic villus sampling (CVS) and ultrasound results.
Specialized care for high-risk pregnancies: We have specialized perinatal care for complicated pregnancies, twins and mulitples, and maternal conditions such as diabetes, hypertension, or lupus.
Level III NICU: UC San Diego Health has the only regional Level III NICU within a birthing facility in San Diego.
For more about our amenities and services, see
Why Choose UC San Diego for Your Pregnancy Care?