Patient Rooms

Antepartum Unit
Most women will have a healthy, normal pregnancy and will not require admission to the hospital prior to delivery. However, some may experience a pregnancy complication requiring them to be hospitalized for closer monitoring. For these expectant mothers, the Antepartum Unit provides comprehensive medical and nursing care in comfortable and supportive surroundings. Our antepartum health care team includes maternal-fetal medicine specialists, obstetricians and nurses. Other medical or surgical experts are consulted as needed.

Labor and Delivery Unit
The Labor and Delivery Unit offers a comfortable, family-friendly setting technologically equipped to handle any birthing situation.   The Labor and Delivery Unit provides:

  • Obstetrical services for low and high-risk pregnancies
  • Specialized medical and nursing staff with high nurse-to-patient staffing levels
  • Advanced technology to support labor and delivery
  • 24-hour obstetrical anesthesiology for pain management
  • Proximity to a state-of-the-art Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

Birthing Suites
All birthing suites are single rooms equipped with a multi-position birthing bed as well as state-of-the-art equipment for monitoring and delivering your baby. Your progress will be monitored regularly throughout labor, and your nurses will help you explore which comfort measures work best for you. In-room amenities include a television, telephone, full bathroom with shower and foldout couch for overnight guests.

Postpartum Unit
Our postpartum units offer both private and semi-private accommodations.

Private Rooms
Private rooms feature a fold-out bed, allowing significant others to stay overnight. This service is not available to patients in semi-private rooms. If you wish to be in a private room, please inform your nurse upon admission, and we will do our best to accommodate your request. Please understand, however, that private accommodations are often limited and provided based on availability at the time of your delivery. Your insurance company typically does not reimburse you for the additional cost of a private room so you will be responsible for paying this out-of-pocket cost.