As you and your family prepare for your baby`s arrival, we will surround you with the support you need for a safe and healthy pregnancy, delivery and delivery. If you or your baby suffer from a high-risk disease, you can be seen by a maternal-fetal medicine specialist in our clinic, as well as a neonatal intensive care physician. Pediatric nurses: Every mother and baby also has a designated kindergarten teacher who gets to know their baby well. They provide advice and support to help mothers care for their babies. We encourage you to take classes and guided tours to learn more about the birth process and prepare for your baby`s arrival. For a smaller number, 5 mothers out of 100, it will be a serious psychological problem. MBUs have private gardens that you and your baby can use at any time of the day. While you are encouraged to use the common areas and get to know other mothers, there are also quiet spaces. There are also private rooms for individual therapy and for visits from friends and family. Our experienced neonatologists and specially trained caregivers engage in both baby and maternal care, providing 24-hour postpartum care and support.

In the mother-child service, services are also included: the CHH maternity offer is aimed at the whole family. In addition to excellent care, we provide patients with educational information, birth certificates and baby photos. As long as you and your baby are healthy, our goal is for mother and baby to stay in the same room throughout your hospital stay. Your baby`s pediatrician and nurses will perform minor examinations and procedures on your baby in the room, giving you the opportunity to participate in all aspects of your child`s care. This may include daily weighing, blood tests, hearing screenings, or assessment and monitoring. In-room care also gives you the opportunity to learn how to calm and calm your baby through touch, skin contact and breastfeeding after procedures or exams. In some cases, the doctor may need to perform a procedure that requires your child to attend kindergarten for a short time. In St. Joseph`s Hospital`s Mother-Child Unit, our nurses and support staff provide family-centered care to new and experienced mothers.

With a welcoming and comfortable atmosphere that fosters family and neonatal bonds, our caregivers can help transition to family life for parents and newborns. Your family is welcome to visit you and your baby. Please follow our guidelines. We observe the rest period between 14:00 and 16:00 and between 1:00 and 16:00. United Regional is honored that you plan to deliver your bundle of joy to our exceptional facility. We look forward to sharing this momentous occasion with you. Watch the video above to see a tour of the unit. The Maternal and Newborn Health Protection Act of 1996 (NMHPA) is a federal law that regulates the duration of coverage for hospitalization of a mother and newborn related to childbirth. In general, group health plans and health insurance companies subject to the NMHPA can NOT limit hospitalization benefits at delivery to less than 48 hours after vaginal delivery or 96 hours after caesarean delivery. If you give birth to your baby in the hospital, the 48-hour (or 96-hour) period begins at the time of birth. If you give birth to your baby outside of the hospital and are later hospitalized in connection with the birth (as determined by the treating provider), the period begins at the time of admission to the hospital.

The Mother & Baby United in Bridwell Tower is the perfect place to meet the love of your life, your baby. It has a comfortable and warm atmosphere and includes labor and delivery rooms with state-of-the-art technology, pre- and post-partum rooms, caesarean section rooms and a level II kindergarten. And with our experienced and attentive staff, you can relax knowing that you and your newborn are in good hands. Two designated visitors may accompany the patient throughout their stay. One of these designated visitors may stay overnight from 8 p.m. to 8 a.m. For the benefit of our mothers, we ask that no food be brought into the unit without first talking to the nurse. At present, it is not allowed to visit brothers and sisters. Your newborn`s health is important to us.

In the first few hours after your baby is born, specially trained caregivers will perform a thorough examination called a newborn assessment. Your baby will be examined from head to toe. We monitor your baby`s temperature and check vital signs such as heart and breathing rate. Staff will help you feed your baby, whether you have chosen breastfeeding, bottle feeding, or a combination of both. MBUs can admit women in late pregnancy and at any time until their baby is one year old. They are quiet, welcoming and more comfortable places than other resorts. Each mother has her own room with a cot for the baby. The entrance to the unit is controlled by staff to ensure the safety of mothers and babies.

Once you have recovered from your baby`s birth, you will be transferred to a private room in the mother-child unit where your baby can stay with you 24 hours a day. For continuity of care, you and your child will be cared for together by the same caregivers. HCGH is committed to promoting breastfeeding as part of its commitment to maternal and newborn care. Breastfeeding your baby is the best way to give your baby a good start in life. New mothers receive answers to questions about care during their hospital stay through our free breastfeeding support group at the Wellness Centre and have access to our lactation consultants (breastfeeding experts) who can provide additional breastfeeding support and help identify and resolve issues to ensure successful breastfeeding.