Personalized Care from the Birth Day Experts
Pregnancy and childbirth can be the most exciting and challenging times in your life. Our dedicated team is here for both you and your baby, providing expert, compassionate and personalized care from pre-pregnancy through postpartum.
We have expanded our reach of women’s services to bring high-level care to community locations near you. From high-risk pregnancy and neonatal care offered at Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies on our downtown Orlando campus to expanded labor and delivery and newborn care offered at Orlando Health South Lake Hospital Center for Women and Babies in Clermont, it’s easy to find the highest level of family-centered maternity care close to you.
Amenities at Our Locations
- Private, spacious labor and delivery rooms equipped with in-room labor support props and amenities for your comfort
- Spacious and private mother-baby suites for a comfortable setting to bond with your baby while you finish your postpartum care
- In-room sleeping amenities for your support person
- Provider care from the experienced hospitalist team of Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies
- 24/7 triage with board-certified obstetrics and gynecology providers for maternal emergency care
- Daily visits by, and 24/7 availability to, our newborn hospitalist team, which includes board-certified pediatricians and nurse practitioners or pediatric resident physicians
- State-of-the-art nursery on each Mother-Baby Unit
- A compassionate team committed to your success, promoting skin-to-skin contact (even with C-sections)
- Lactation consultant support for breastfeeding success
Should your baby need a higher level of medical care, you can count on the team from the Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, one of Florida’s best in neonatology, located at Orlando Health Winnie Palmer. Our 24/7 on-call Mobile NICU is available for infants born at Orlando Health South Lake and provides ambulance or helicopter transport to the downtown Orlando campus.
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