Our family-centered maternity environment encourages you and your partner to participate in your labor and the birth of your baby. Your baby's birth will take place in a birth suite designed for your comfort. This particular room is designed to handle labor, delivery and recovery, in an environment that is safe, private and supportive. We have spacious, bright, modern, private rooms that feature a large window, flat screen TV, and room for dad to stay overnight.
After delivery, you will move with your baby to a comfortable, private postpartum room. To encourage family bonding after birth, mother and baby can both be cared for in the mother's room throughout her hospital stay. You and your baby will remain in this cozy homelike atmosphere where rooming in, family bonding, and sibling involvement can take place privately.
The last nine months may have seemed to last forever, but now you're on the home stretch.
Your doctor will tell you when to come to the hospital when you are in labor. For most first-time parents, you will be asked to wait at home until labor is well-established-usually when contractions are about 5 minutes apart. Notify your doctor immediately if you experience any of these Warning Signs at any time during your pregnancy.
Most women only experience the normal discomforts that take place during pregnancy. However, sometimes there can be complications that need immediate medical attention. If you experience any of the symptoms listed below, contact your health care provider immediately, or go to the hospital or emergency room.