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Entrance to 6th Floor where you can find a spacious light filled waiting area for family and friends awaiting the arrival of a new baby and the birth registrar to assist with birth certificate questions. Entrances to the 6th floor are locked 24/7 to promote safety and security. Visitors and patients are allowed to enter after verification through our video intercom system. General visiting hours are 11AM-8PM. Take a tour
Labor and Delivery Room
Labor, Delivery and Recovery (LDR) Rooms with televisions and Bose stereo systems and recliners for your support person. Electronic fetal monitoring is available for all patients. The frequency and duration of monitoring is dependent on your condition and your doctor/midwife's decision. Each labor room is private and showers are available in all rooms. Visiting is limited in L&D to two people. Take a tour
Private room with refrigerators and a sleep sofa for your support person to spend the night. Private rooms are registered for upon admission to labor and delivery. Rooms are available on a first born/first serve basis. Take a tour
Semi-Private rooms shared by 2 mothers and their newborns after delivery. Once you arrive on the postpartum unit, many classes will be available to you including several breastfeeding classes as well as a discharge class to prepare you for going home with your newborn. Lactation coordinators are available 7 days a week/12 hours a day to assist you with your breastfeeding needs. Take a tour
Babies are brought to the nursery after initial bonding and breastfeeding for measurements, assessment, baths and temperature regulation. Babies are then brought back out to their parents. A pediatrician will see your baby each day you are in the hospital and keep you informed of your baby's condition. Nurses will visit you frequently to assess your baby and assist with infant care and feeding. HUGS infant security tags are also used during your stay for your baby's safety. Take a tour