My former ob/Gyn was a prolife Catholic Doctor.
He also had a leadership role in the crisis pregnancy center. Among the services provided at the center was to assist the patients getting onto Medicaid if needed.
Women without medical care during pregnancy are more likely to face difficult or preterm labor.
My son was born at 28 weeks and the hospital costs were over 100,000 dollars. We had insurance.
He was born at a county hospital. I know lots of his NICU roommates didn’t, they were older teens in some cases. The hospital worked with Medicaid.
I’m not sure that the costs could have possibly been covered by private donations.