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Women and Babies Hospital

Women & Babies Hospital

Women & Babies Hospital is a 97-bed specialty hospital and adjoining outpatient center focused on the healthcare needs of women and their newborn babies.

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Childbirth at Women & Babies Hospital

We are committed to providing you and your family with an exceptional birthing experience. Our staff has the experience, training and equipment to handle every type of birth—from routine deliveries to high-risk pregnancies and multiple births—with the safety and comfort of mom and baby as our top priority.

Obstetricians, family doctors, and midwives all deliver babies at Women & Babies Hospital. If your maternity provider has determined you are high-risk, we offer the services of a maternal-fetal medicine specialist (perinatologist). These highly trained physicians work hand-in-hand with your doctor or midwife.

Our personalized approach to care means we are guided by your preferences and concerns, offering support and education at every step. We want you to feel prepared and cared for throughout your labor and delivery, and leave with confidence when it is time to take your newborn home. While a safe and healthy delivery is our top priority, we are committed to making this a special experience for families, and offer many services and amenities for your comfort during your stay.

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A Baby-Friendly® Hospital

Women & Babies Hospital is the first hospital in Pennsylvania to earn the Baby-Friendly® hospital designation. This international award recognizes birth facilities that offer breastfeeding mothers the information and skills needed to successfully initiate and continue breastfeeding their babies or feed formula safely. Our staff, including certified lactation consultants, is available to offer breastfeeding support.

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