Pregnancy Care Program

Dr. Jacqueline WoltingDr. Jacqueline Wolting is dedicated to providing a full spectrum of primary healthcare services to her patients at every stage of life. Her care extends to pregnant individuals, covering the prenatal period, labor, delivery, and postpartum care. Specializing in the management of low-risk pregnancies from the second trimester onward, she offers labor and delivery care exclusively at the Chatham Kent Health Alliance, ensuring continuity of care through to the postpartum period.

Patients under the care of Dr. Wolting may come from the Thamesview Family Health Team or may be referred by other primary care practitioners. All prenatal appointments are conducted at the Thamesview Family Health Team facility, while childbirth services are provided at the Chatham Kent Health Alliance.

With a wealth of experience in facilitating the natural process of childbirth, addressing common complications, and performing necessary Caesarean sections, Dr. Wolting is committed to supporting the health and well-being of birthing individuals and their families. She emphasizes the importance of immediate skin-to-skin contact post-delivery, offers breastfeeding guidance, and ensures a supportive environment for families to thrive.

Dr. Wolting’s practice is built around delivering holistic, family-centered care, fostering the growth and development of newborns alongside their families.
For pregnancy care referrals, your nurse practitioner or family physician is required to fill out the referral form provided below. Should you have any inquiries, please do not hesitate to contact us at 519-354-3200. Please note that referrals from individuals without a designated family physician or nurse practitioner for post-delivery care cannot be accepted.

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General Care of Infants & Children

Caring For Kids
Information from Canadian pediatricians to care for your child from infancy to adolescence.

Canadian Pediatric Society
Resources to promote health and advocacy for children.

Healthy Babies, Healthy Children
Ontario’s Healthy Babies, Healthy Children program helps families with children up to age six through screening and assessments, connections to supports for new parents, and referrals to community programs and services, including breastfeeding support, nutrition services, parenting programs and family literacy programs.


Breastfeeding Matters: An Important Guide to Breastfeeding for Women and Their Families
A thorough book about breastfeeding that addresses important topics and answers frequently asked questions.

Stanford Medicine, Breastfeeding Videos
Informational breastfeeding videos, including Breastfeeding in the First Hour, and Hand Expressing Milk.

Peel Public Health, Breastfeeding Videos
More informational breastfeeding videos.

Dr. Jack Newman, Breast Feeding Inc.
Information sheets on several different aspects of breastfeeding.

La Leche League
Information and support through online forums.

Local Breastfeeding Support

Chatham-Kent Public Health, Breastfeeding
Lactation consultation, breastfeeding classes and more local resources.

Chatham-Kent Breastfeeding Coalition
Members of various health organizations in Chatham-Kent come together with community members to promote, educate, advocate, support and normalize breastfeeding.

La Leche League Canada, Chatham
Meetings for expecting mothers, grandmothers, sisters, girlfriends.

Telehealth Ontario 24/7 Breastfeeding Support
Telehealth is a confidential, 24/7 access phone service, available in French and English with interpretation services in over 100 languages and direct phone lines for those with hearing or speech difficulties. You may call and speak to a registered nurse with lactation support and breastfeeding training at any time. There are also lactation experts available for more complex breastfeeding problems.

Maternity Referral Form Download