Maternity

Maternity

Offering the Highest Level of Care in the Region for Mothers & Babies

When choosing a hospital for your delivery, you want a hospital that provides expert care for you and your baby along with amenities and programs that make this special time in your life a memorable experience. We think you’ll find just what you’re looking for at Sunrise Children’s Hospital.

Our Mother & Baby services include:

  • Dedicated triage services to assess your baby’s progress
  • Fetal assessment (specialized test prescribed by your physician to evaluate your baby in utero)
  • Oversized Labor & Delivery Suites
  • Antepartum Care
  • Cesarean (c-section) operating suites located in Labor & Delivery
  • A dedicated Post Anesthesia Care Unit (PACU)
  • Pregnant Yoga MomOB Hospitalists available 24/7
  • Private suites for you and your baby
  • Sunny Babies Program for moms needing assistance
  • Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for newborns needing a higher level of care
  • Childbirth Classes and Tours
  • Breastfeeding Support*
  • Daily Baby Discharge Classes
  • Sleeping arrangements for your significant other
  • Free Wireless Internet

To learn more about having your baby at Sunrise Children’s Hospital or to tour the hospital, please call us at 702-233-5437 (KIDS).

*Breastfeeding education is a nursing scope of practice and is provided as part of the labor and delivery service line. Expecting moms who have pre-registered at Sunrise are eligible to enroll in the class, and the cost is included in their delivery fees. The fee for the breastfeeding course is $30 to community members who wish to take part in our education offerings but have not yet pre-registered to deliver at Sunrise.

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