Giving birth is one of the most miraculous and simultaneously overwhelming experiences under normal circumstances, and we realize the ongoing situation with COVID-19 is far from normal. In a time of uncertainty and constant change, the one thing all of our expecting families can be sure of is that our experienced OB staff members stand ready to help you on your journey to bring new life into the world. We might not be your family by technicality, but we are honored to have you be a part of ours for the short time we get to share with you. We are here to support you and keep you and your little one safe – you can count on us.
At this time, laboring moms are allowed two visitors/support persons (no alternating). Once mom is moved to postpartum, visitors who are in good health can come in as desired. Visiting hours are from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. with quiet hours from 2-4 p.m. During quiet hours, two visitors are allowed with no switching.
Updated childbirth and breastfeeding class information will be posted as it becomes available. Details can be found on our events calendar.
Learn about our approach to labor and delivery in this video with patient Anna Dickey.
There's no one better fit to tell you about the childbirth experience at PRMC than parents who were in your shoes not too long ago. Learn about the Pankaj family's time with us in the video below.