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Top 6 Reasons to Love Baptist Health When You’re Pregnant

Read the top reasons to love Baptist Health, according to pregnant women, new moms and their families.

1. Bedside Manner and Amazing Staff

There’s something to be said about hospitals with amazing people – they make for an amazing experience. At Baptist Health, we pride ourselves on our ability to treat every patient and family member like our own; with respect, dignity and care.

2. Education and Support

From prenatal classes to newborn care classes and more, we have something for everyone. Here’s a complete list of the continuous classes we have at Baptist Health. We also provide breastfeeding support in the hospital as well as after you’ve gone home.

3. Communication

We understand that this may be your first time at a hospital. Even if it isn’t, we want to ensure that our staff is keeping you informed every step of the way. Clear communication is a priority for us at Baptist Health, with our patients and their families, explaining the process and giving you ample opportunity to ask questions about your delivery.

4. Comfortable Surroundings

Childbirth isn’t a walk in the park, we know it’s difficult. Baptist Health maternity suites are designed with you in mind. We want your baby to come into this world in a warm, nurturing environment surrounded by capable, caring people, and we want you to feel comfortable after delivery as well.

5. OB/GYNs Who Understand

However you choose to deliver your baby, we have OB/GYNs who understand. They take the time to understand your birthing preferences and your preferences on pain medications. Our OB/GYNs have the utmost respect for your choices. At Baptist Health, our goal is to help you carry and deliver a healthy baby while keeping you happy and healthy, too.

6. After-Care & Help with Preparedness

At Baptist Health, we want to make sure that you’re as prepared as possible with information about your health in all phases of pregnancy and childbirth. We also want to prepare you for the important things after you deliver; like, the kind of car seat you should buy, or your child’s stages of development. Your physicians at Baptist Health have the answers to all the questions you may have about pregnancy and post-pregnancy.