Are you expecting a baby? Or maybe your little one has recently arrived. Either way, we have the information you need to help you enjoy life in Spartanburg with your growing family. You’ll find everything here from where to buy maternity clothing, to local OBGYNS, pediatricians, and midwives. We’ve also got some ideas about celebrating baby’s first birthday, as well as things to do with baby in Spartanburg.
Babies and Maternity in Spartanburg
This guide is divided into two sections. First, we have a list of ideas to keep you and baby busy and out of the house in Spartanburg. We also have a list of local spots perfect for celebrating baby’s first birthday in Spartanburg.
After those pieces, you’ll find lists of OBGYNs, Midwives, services for new moms, baby and Toddler Classes, pediatricians and more! Use the white buttons in the orange box to sort our list.
Car Seat Inspection Locations in Spartanburg
Need to make sure your car seat is properly installed? Here are the car seat inspection locations in Spartanburg where you can have your car seat checked.
Things to Do With Your Baby in Spartanburg
Looking for something to do with your new little one? We have some great ideas, including local parks, special library storytimes just for babies, and strolls through a local garden. Check out our list of 10 Things to Do in Spartanburg with Your Baby.
If you’re looking for something a little more structured, check out our list of Baby and Toddler Classes in Spartanburg!
Spartanburg Daycare Guide
Need daycare for your new addition? Our Guide to Daycare in Spartanburg has a list of daycare centers that can be sorted by type and location. You’ll also find tips for choosing the right daycare for your family.
Celebrating Baby’s Birthday in Spartanburg
The year has flown by and now its time to celebrate your baby’s first birthday. Here’s a list of baby birthday party ideas, perfect for celebrating baby’s birthday in Spartanburg.
Looking for Midwives and Birth Centers?
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental control (SC DHEC) provides this list of licensed Midwives in South Carolina.
SC DHEC also provides this list of Licensed Birth Centers.
Baby and Maternity Services in Spartanburg
Greer OB/GYN offers obstetrics and gynecology care including prenatal care, preventative care, and diagnosis and treatment of gynecological disorders. Doctors deliver at Greer Memorial Hospital.
Greer OBGYN. They delivered two of our four and watched over me while carrying twins. Great experience every time!
We are Spartanburg County, South Carolina’s first and only independent, privately-owned, elective, non-diagnostic prenatal 3D/4D/HD Live Ultrasound Studio. My Baby’s Debut also offers sneak peak DNA tests. The studio was established by Carla Glover, a registered nurse with more than 30 years of healthcare experience.
Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System’s online prenatal classes and support groups have everything you need to care for your baby.Visit www.SpartanburgRegional.
Parkside Pediatrics has six locations in the Upstate including one in Spartanburg and one in Downtown Greer.
Dr. Egge at Parkside Pediatrics is the absolute best. He and his staff go above and beyond to make my toddler feel comfortable. They always fit us in same day when necessary. He is patient and answers all of our questions. And he doesn’t over-medicate. We love Dr. Egge and the staff.
MGC Woman’s Clinic provides obstetrics and gynecology care including prenatal care and gynecological disorders.
Women’s Clinic- Dr Goodlett is awesome. Never rushes and always addresses concerns
North Grove Pediatrics is a member of Medical Group of the Carolinas that treats infants, children and teens. They provide preventative care, well child visits, and medical diagnosis and treatment.
Dr Jack Cleland is our pediatrician and he is the best. The first time we came in for an office visit after our first child was born, he came into the room and said immediately said "Hi I'm Jack!" No formal "Hi I'm Dr Cleland" or white coat or anything. ❤️
Provides gynecologic and obstetric services, both routine preventative care, prenatal care, and the diagnosis and treatment of illness.
Dr Marik is amazing! I really liked all the Drs there when I was pregnant. Can't go wrong at Piedmont
Offers obstetrics and gynecology services including prenatal care, high risk pregnancies, menopause and gynecologic disorders.
Glad to have offices on both sides of town, so even when we moved I could easily continue using their practice.
MGC Pediatrics treats infants, children and teens. They are part of Medical Group of the Carolinas.
We love Dr Yelton at MGC Peds Westside. The whole team worked hard to save my sons life at 10 days old. I think we paid their light bill that first year with our appointments. My kids feel like they are going to visit a family member when we go there. He has a way to make kids feel comfortable-even before shots etc. He is not a medication pusher and he also respects your vaccination preferences. He always remembers personal things like where your are originally from and favorite sports teams etc. I trust him very much and would recommend him to anyone without hesitation.
Obstetrics and Gynecology care at two locations in the Upstate. One in Spartanburg at North Grove Medical Park and the other is in Greer on Hwy 14.
All of them really they have always been great through out pregnancy and after.
Pediatric Associates -Spartanburg is part of Prisma Health. They see infants, children and teens.
Our well checks are always with Dr. Beavers who has an extremely calm demeanor, informative with us, and just enough playfulness for my very energetic boys.
Midwives offering assistance with normal water births, at-home births and in their birth center.
319 Garlington Road, Greenville, SC
Upstate BirthNetwork is part of a national non-profit dedicated to connecting families with Mother-Friendly Maternity Care. They are an official chapter of BirthNetwork National, a 501c3 nonprofit organization. At Upstate BirthNetwork women have access to qualified midwives and obstetricians who specialize in normal birth and can seek the care of obstetricians who specialize in high-risk care if it is deemed necessary. Women have equal physical and financial access to licensed birth centers, hospitals and home births.