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New Pregnancy Visit

Congratulations on your pregnancy! We look forward to supporting you throughout your pregnancy and delivery. Typically, your first in-person prenatal appointment will be for an ultrasound at 8-10 weeks. But, pregnancy care can begin even sooner through St. Luke's on-demand virtual care services, available seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

During your virtual appointment, we'll discuss your medical history, current health status and medications, and recommended pregnancy nutrition and vitamins. We'll also answer your questions and ensure you have your next appointment scheduled with a provider for ongoing, in-person prenatal care. We can even offer same-day or next-day medication delivery, if appropriate for your care. 

Simply log in to your MyChart account (or proceed as a guest if you're age 18 or older), answer a few questions, and begin a virtual visit with the next available St. Luke's provider. You may still have to wait a bit, as you would at an in-person clinic, but you'll be waiting wherever you choose. 

Note: you must be physically located in either Idaho or Oregon at the time of your virtual care call.

Please review these instructions to ensure your on-demand video visit goes smoothly.

Supporting Your Pregnancy

  • Ask us about Care Companion!

    This MyChart feature offers personalized notifications, reminders and educational content about your baby's development. We're happy to help set you up.