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- Postpartum Rooms
VIP Rooms (perfect for mother, baby and father bonding)
|Pregnancy & Newborns |
Pregnancy is an exciting time for parents-to-be. You want to know as much as you can about your developing baby and how your actions will affect his health.
|Your Newborn Baby |
Sleeping, eating, crying, cooing—your new arrival will keep you busy. You'll soon figure out his or her patterns and preferences.
A Certified & Registered Staff:
- Nurse Anesthetists
- Lactation Services
- Social Workers
- Maternity Nurses
- Respiratory Therapists
Women's and Children's Center
Compassionate and Personal Care
One of life’s most precious times is experiencing the joys of a new life. From selecting nursery colors to naming your baby, you encounter a whirlwind of excitement as you prepare for your baby’s arrival.
At South Baldwin Regional Medical Center, we understand your unique needs as a mother. And we are ready to make your birthing experience as special as the bundle of love on its way.
From pregnancy classes to postpartum care, we are with you every step of the way to make your delivery at South Baldwin Regional Women’s and Children’s Center an experience of a lifetime.
Our nurses love their profession, and it shows in the care they provide.
Our Maternity Center is small in size but big on care. It fosters an environment rich with one-on-one personal attention for mommy and baby. When you arrive at South Baldwin Regional Women’s and Children’s Center, you will experience a new level of comfort and care. That’s because our facility is unlike anything else in the area.
South Baldwin Regional Women’s and Children’s Center was created with total comfort and convenience in mind. Our Labor, Delivery and Recovery (LDR) rooms have spacious layouts with home-like surroundings. After delivery, you will move from your LDR room to a comfortable, private postpartum room, where you can room in with your baby if you wish.
Our OB educator visits every breastfeeding mom before discharge and is available for free personal consultation after. Our nurses are also available to assist with breastfeeding techniques or to answer questions. Expect to receive a personal phone call from our OB Educator once you are at home, and do not hesitate to call 949-3676 with questions regarding breastfeeding or infant nutrition.
Peace of mind. An experienced team.
Experienced Physicians: Our staff of obstetricians and pediatricians is committed to quality and compassionate care.
Exceptional Nurses: We go above and beyond to make your birthing experience special. Our nurses are trained in labor support techniques and also have advanced training in fetal monitoring. Count on us to facilitate mother-baby bonding and to help you prepare for the weeks ahead at home with your new family.
Tiny Toes is an educational program provided by South Baldwin Regional Medical Center to help expectant mothers make informed health care decisions for themselves and their babies.
It’s a free resource from South Baldwin Regional Women’s and Children’s Center!
Experience Unparalleled Convenience.
While every woman’s delivery experience is unique, the admitting process at our hospital is always predictable and easy. We recommend pre-registration early in your pregnancy (by the 16th week) for the smoothest admission possible.
Click here to register online.
Click here to download a pre-registration form.
Your entire family can also take part in several informative classes designed to help moms and dads welcome their special new addition to the family with more confidence.
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