Take a virtual tour The Birthplace:
Location: 2nd floor of main hospital
At the Bon Secours Mary Immaculate Hospital Birth Place, we define ourselves as the “Birth Place of Choice” because while in our care, we want your birthing experience to match your preferences. Here, experienced obstetric staff and neonatology staff provide a special brand of maternity care that blends evidence-based care with personalization and compassion.
We are located on the second floor of the hospital and provide a peaceful, comfortable, and updated environment for you and your family.
The Birth Place proudly offers:
- 8 fully equipped, private labor and delivery rooms, 2 operating rooms, and 3 triage beds
- An in-house neonatology specialist 24/7, with a 7 bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) that cares for infants 28 weeks and up
- An experienced nursing staff in labor and delivery, newborn, neonatal intensive care, and post-partum care
- 14 Mother Baby postpartum care rooms
- Educational and support classes
- Inpatient International Board-Certified lactation consultants
One of our clinical leads can help walk you through registration during the Pre-Birth Check In meeting (information and sign-up instructions below). You can also pre-register.
Arriving for Your Delivery
Please enter the hospital through our main entrance (located next to the flagpole) between 5:00am and 10:00pm, unless directed by your health care provider to be seen elsewhere in the hospital. You can head straight up to the 2nd floor and check in with our nurses in the Labor & Delivery unit.
After our front entrance closes at 10:00pm, we ask that you enter the hospital through the Emergency Department entrance doors. The registration team will help you get up to the Labor & Delivery unit.
If you are instructed by your provider to be screened in the Emergency Department, please follow the signs on our campus road to the Emergency Department to be treated there.
Our Birth Place patients are able to order room service at any time during the day between 7:00am and 6:30pm. A wide range of food options are available to you with the ability to custom order.
- Labor & Delivery
Limit of four visitors for the duration of labor.
- Mother Baby: 5:00am – 10:00pm
One visitor may stay overnight. The other visitors will be allowed during visiting hours.
- NICU: 24/7 visitors permitted, except during shift change (7:00-7:30am/pm)
Two visitors are permitted to NICU at a time. One of those visitors must be wearing a baby band.
Birth Place Classes
- Your Guide to Pregnancy Class: Sign up
This class is led by one of our Birth Place’s experienced clinicians and is a great class to take early on in your pregnancy. Our clinician will go over pregnancy lifestyle changes, healthy habits, appointment expectations and milestones, and an overview of resources available to you at Mary Immaculate during your pregnancy. Mary Immaculate wants to be your trusted partner during this exciting time in your life, and this class will set that groundwork.
- Third Trimester Class: Sign up
This class helps to educate you on the various stages of labor and what to expect on the final months leading up to birth and during the birth of your child. This class is an excellent way to feel completely prepared before arriving at the hospital. One of Mary Immaculate’s nurse educators will walk you through the different stages of labor, provide information on medications utilized during labor and delivery, and explain visitor policies and other hospital expectations.
- Pre-Birth Check In: Sign up
This meeting is a time for you to check in with one of our clinical leads that works on the Labor & Delivery unit at Mary Immaculate a few weeks before birth. You will complete various admission and consent documents, create a birth preference list, review a list of what to bring to the hospital, and receive resources on breastfeeding and post-partum support. At Mary Immaculate we want to ensure you have your birth and beyond experience; understanding your preferences is very important to us.
- Postpartum Support Group: Sign up
Having a baby is one of the most special times in your life. It can also be a time full of questions and new experiences. What is the 4th trimester? This class describes the Postpartum period from birth until the baby turns 3 months old. This group is designed for postpartum mothers to connect with each other, share resources, and discuss topics related to the postpartum period. There will be guest speakers such as Mary Immaculate’s lactation consultant and pelvic floor therapist.
- Breasfeeding Basics Class: Sign Up
Soon-to-be moms come to learn about Breastfeeding Basics. In this prenatal class you will better understand how breastfeeding works, how to latch your newborn, what to expect the first few days, the best positions to use while learning how to breastfeed, how to maintain and protect your milk supply, how to know that your newborn is feeding well, and more. Get all of your questions answered about breastfeeding with Mary Immaculate’s expert Lactation Consultant.
Bon Secours offers 24/7 parent education powered by YoMingo®, an education program designed to give you convenient access to valuable information. It includes the tools and support you need at every stage of your journey.
YoMingo gives you access to:
Evidence-based information on prenatal care, labor & birth, postpartum, breastfeeding, and newborn care including lots of videos
Information specific to your arrival and stay at Bon Secours
List of available classes and support groups
Kick counter, contraction timer, personal journal, feeding log, immunization log, and other tools
This education powered by YoMingo is available on any device with an internet connection and also as a mobile app called YoMingo.
To sign up for the program, visit YoMingo and follow the registration instructions. Once you have registered, you will receive an email invitation from "firstname.lastname@example.org" where you will be provided unique login credentials. If you do not receive the email in your inbox, be sure to check your junk/spam folder.
You can also download the mobile app version by searching your app store for “YoMingo”
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