Maternity Care Ahead Of Its Time

At CHI Health, we believe every birth is a miracle, and every miracle deserves the best. That’s why we’ve designed our CHI Health Maternity Centers to give expectant moms everything they deserve — from spacious, home-like birthing suites to 24/7 access to specialized care. See for yourself by scheduling a tour at a Maternity Center near you.

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There’s A Reason We Deliver More Babies Than Anyone Else in the Region.

Home-like Comfort

Warm, spacious birthing suites. Family sleeping accommodations. Private baths and in-room Wi-Fi. Our birthing suites are specifically designed to keep you, your baby and your family members safe and comfortable throughout your stay.

Personalized Care

Our birthing team not only surrounds you with personalized attention, they also offer the region’s best neonatal care. Always on call and always ready to help, their only mission is to make your birthing experience everything it should be.

Peace of Mind

Our Maternity Centers offer you access to specialists for mother and baby if the need arises. For babies that need extra care and attention, we achieve exceptional outcomes in our Neonatal Intensive Care Units, which offer private rooms specially designed to promote growth and development.

A Home-Like Environment Designed Around You

No matter which CHI Health Maternity Center you choose, all are specifically designed around what’s best for you and your baby. Our suites are designed to make you and your family feel at home. Check out the video for an inside look at our Maternity Centers.

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To-Dos for Each Trimester

Here are smart suggestions to keep your pregnancy happy and healthy.

First Trimester

Schedule a tour at one of our Maternity Centers to help you get acquainted with our facilities and understand your options for labor and delivery. 

Check your vaccination records. Ask your provider’s office for your immunization records to determine when you last received the DTaP (diptheria, tetanus and acellular pertussis) vaccine.

Explore your options for pregnancy classes. Classes can go a long way toward helping you and your partner prepare for the arrival of your little one. 

Second Trimester

Complete preadmission forms. Completing these forms ahead of time will speed up your admission process and allow us to make you comfortable as soon as you arrive at the hospital.

Create a birth plan with your physician that includes your preference for things like how to manage labor pain. Talk to your partner, doula, relative or friend about being your support during delivery.

Schedule time for rest. Your body experiences many changes during the second trimester, so be sure to set aside time to get the rest and relaxation you need to stay healthy.

Third Trimester

Select a physician for your child. Be sure to call and check that the physician is accepting new patients.

Pack your hospital bag. It’s always a good idea to be ready early, just in case. We have a helpful video to help you know what to pack.

If you’re planning to breastfeed your baby, learn as much as you can now. Consider taking a breastfeeding class, talk to nursing moms and learn about the benefits and how to get started.

First Trimester

Schedule a tour at one of our Maternity Centers to help you get acquainted with our facilities and understand your options for labor and delivery. 

Check your vaccination records. Ask your provider’s office for your immunization records to determine when you last received the DTaP (diptheria, tetanus and acellular pertussis) vaccine.

Explore your options for pregnancy classes. Classes can go a long way toward helping you and your partner prepare for the arrival of your little one. 

Second Trimester

Complete preadmission forms. Completing these forms ahead of time will speed up your admission process and allow us to make you comfortable as soon as you arrive at the hospital.

Create a birth plan with your physician that includes your preference for things like how to manage labor pain. Talk to your partner, doula, relative or friend about being your support during delivery.

Schedule time for rest. Your body experiences many changes during the second trimester, so be sure to set aside time to get the rest and relaxation you need to stay healthy.

Third Trimester

Select a physician for your child. Be sure to call and check that the physician is accepting new patients.

Pack your hospital bag. It’s always a good idea to be ready early, just in case. We have a helpful video to help you know what to pack.

If you’re planning to breastfeed your baby, learn as much as you can now. Consider taking a breastfeeding class, talk to nursing moms and learn about the benefits and how to get started.

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Everything You’ve Ever Wondered About Having a Baby.

Childbirth classes can help prepare you and your partner.

Nothing changes your life more drastically than having a child. It’s an incredible experience. To make your birth experience as safe, comfortable and joyous as possible, CHI Health has designed a comprehensive family-centered education program that can answer your questions, prepare you and your partner for your new family member and help you get the most out of your birthing experience.

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Your Sacred Hour

Bonding with your newborn.

At CHI Health, we believe in giving new moms and babies a special time to bond and connect. We call this time the Sacred Hour. We ensure your first hour with your baby is free from visitors and interruptions. After all, this is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity when baby meets parents for the first time. This is sacred, skin-to-skin time, which should be honored, cherished and protected.

Sacred Hour bonding benefits baby, mother and father:

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Baby

  • Babies are warmer after birth.
  • Babies breathe easier and have more normal heart rates.
  • Babies are much calmer and cry less.
  • Babies can latch onto the breast all by themselves.
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Mother

  • Mothers and babies get to know each other sooner.
  • Mothers have higher levels of relaxation hormones.
  • Mother-infant attachment supports infant brain development.
  • Mothers and babies are more successful with breastfeeding.
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Father

  • Fathers can be a part of the birthing experience.
  • Fathers can hold the baby skin-to-skin.
  • Fathers can monitor their baby’s nine stages.
  • Fathers can marvel at their baby’s abilities.
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