Rooming-in allows the parents to adjust to the newborn in a supportive setting. Parents can bond with baby, learn about baby's responses and behavior, and gain confidence in their ability to care for baby. Evidence also shows that babies cry less, eat more often and that both mom and baby get more sleep when they are in the room together. Learn more about Rooming In.
First 48 Hours
The first 48 hours after baby's birth is an important part of their life; not just for relationship building with their parents, but for their overall health. Our team of obstetrical experts goes above and beyond to make sure that your baby is healthy before leaving the hospital. Part of this exceptional care will include routine nursing care for you and your baby. Nursing care may consist of breastfeeding support, vital sign checks, and education related to mom and baby care. In addition, you may expect visits from support staff during your postpartum stay with us. These team members may include:
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