St. Nicholas Hospital Services > Women's and Infants' Center
The Birthing Center

The birth of a baby is a special time.  Each experience is unique and brings its own special needs. Recognizing that no two births are alike, the Birthing Center, part of the Women's and Infants' Center offers highly personalized care and the support needed throughout pregnancy, labor, delivery, and the postpartum period. Women who designate the Women's and Infants' Center as their choice for delivery receive information on all aspects of the birth experience. Our nurses are available before delivery and remain available throughout the postpartum period to answer your questions on the birth experience and new parenting issues.

For more information about starting a family, designing a birth plan or just if you have questions, we’re here to help. Visit the women's and infant's section at: www.onefamilyofcare.com

Exercise Your Birthing Options

To make sure you remain as comfortable as possible during postpartum care, you decide when and how long your new baby is in your room. You may choose to have your baby in your room at all times or you may decide to spend some private time relaxing while St. Nicholas's full-service nursery cares for your baby.

Expectant mothers can enjoy maximum comfort in a whirlpool that offers the option of hydrotherapy relaxation during labor. A high-tech, yet homey, nursery gives infants needing special care close attention and assures security. St. Nicholas provides a meal to celebrate delivery of the new baby. The Women's and Infants' Center staff of registered nurses was the first in Sheboygan County to attain Neonatal Resuscitation Provider Status.

Classes

Classes for both new and experienced parents are offered throughout the year. In addition, the Women's and Infants' Center provides breastfeeding support and counseling for the new moms. HALO, a bereavement program, offers compassionate, individual care in times of pregnancy loss or fetal death.
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CarePages
CarePages are free, private websites that help people stay connected and easily communicate with friends and family during a health event. CarePages also provides stories, resources, and tools to meet people in similar situations. To create or visit a CarePage, visit www.CarePages.com.

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