After Labor and Delivery, mom and baby will generally move to the Maternity
and Postpartum area. Our goal is to keep mom and baby together as much
as possible. In fact, both will share the same nursing team during their
hospital stay. This innovative postpartum care program, called Couplet
Care, ensures that a mother and her baby’s needs are addressed in
concert. Couplet Care encourages new mothers to participate in the care
and development of their new babies. All of our nurses are specially trained
to help mothers get off to a good start with both
breastfeeding and skin-to-skin bonding.
Postpartum Area Visiting Hours
We have special visiting hours in the postpartum area. It is a good idea
to make sure that family and friends are aware of the visiting hours before
they come to the hospital to see you and your baby. Three to four visitors
are allowed in the patient's room at one time (excluding the patient's
Visiting hours for family and friends are from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
We encourage nesting time between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. for mothers, their
significant others and their babies.
Visitors: please stop at the lobby information desk to obtain your pass
to the room.
Additional visitors will be asked to wait in the lobby until a room pass
is available. Click here to see all our departments’ visiting hours.
Parents, friends and families can now
view portraits of newborns. Note this is a secure page that requires a Guest Access Code
to access any images.