Just in Time for Parents’ Day, Holy Family Hospital Announces Its Birthing Center has Delivered 540 Babies So Far This Year

Just in time for Parents’ Day, Holy Family Hospital has announced that its birthing center has delivered 540 babies as of July 22, 2016.  
 
Holy Family Hospital offers a wide range of holistic care and services that ensure moms and dads get the training they need before and after their child arrives. The combination of prenatal, postnatal and pediatric services is aimed at keeping our youngest patients and their parents both healthy and happy.
 
“At Holy Family Hospital, we are extremely proud of the degree of high-quality care that we provide to parents and to children, including services for families who are expecting,” said Holy Family Hospital President Joseph Roach. “Both before and after a baby is born, we are ensuring that new parents can provide the best and healthiest future possible to their children.”
 
Holy Family Hospital’s clinical obstetrical team includes experienced physicians, nurse midwives and registered nurses who collectively help deliver more than 1,100 babies annually. Every mother has a private birthing and recovery room and our staff tends to every detail so mothers can focus on welcoming a new life into their family.
 
Holy Family Hospital’s Level II Special Care Nursery is staffed 24 hours a day by Brigham and Women's Newborn Care Physicians to provide its most vulnerable patients access to advanced care.
 
Holy Family Hospital, a Steward Family Hospital, also offers a vast range of classes and programming to help new and expecting parents prepare for and care for their newborns including; Seven-Week Childbirth Education Package, Saturday Lamaze Childbirth Education Package, Breastfeeding Class, Refresher Class, Sibling Class, Cesarean Birth Class, and American Heart Association CPR for Family and Friends.
 
To make an appointment with one of Holy Family Hospital’s highly experienced OB/GYNs or pediatricians, call 1-800-488-5959 or visit www.steward.org/doctorfinder.
 

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