Safe and Family Centered
Providing a warm and nurturing environment during this special time.
Family Birth Center
Whether you are having your first or third baby, we want you to experience this exciting and special time in comfortable surroundings. Chandler Regional’s Family Birth Center offers a safe, family-centered environment and we hope to exceed your expectations by fulfilling your educational, physical, psychological and cultural needs.
Labor, Delivery and Recovery
Family Birth Center suites are designed for your comfort and care during labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum stay. Each suite features a multi-position birthing bed, private bathroom with a shower, and state-of-the-art fetal monitoring system among other equipment necessary to provide quality care for you and your baby.
Birth Center Tour
Thinking of starting or adding to your family tree? We invite you to take a free Birthing Center tour, where you will view our spacious, private birthing suites, learn what to bring to the hospital and participate in a group question and answer session with a birthing center registered nurse.
Special Care Nursery
Our certification allows us to care for babies 28 weeks gestation and older. The Birthing Center has highly skilled nurses with experience caring for newborns requiring extra monitoring. A neonatal nurse practitioner, with training to handle any emergency that may arise during labor or delivery, is on site at all times.
AntePartum and Postpartum Care
Your health is just as important the months following the birth of your baby as it is while you are pregnant. A comfortable antipartum and healthy and successful postpartum recovery is important for you, your new baby and your family.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
Chandler Regional’s neonatal intensive care unit provides special monitoring for babies who are very sick or were born prematurely. Our twelve private NICU rooms provide overnight accommodations for one caregiver and feature a private restroom/shower.
Feeding Your Baby
Most newborns are very sleepy the first 24 hours or so after birth. It is essential to wake your baby for feeding every two to three hours to ensure that he or she adjusts to the process and starts to eat.
Chandler Regional, in conjunction with the Arizona Department of Health Services (ADHS), performs standard genetic testing in newborns to identify 29 disorders. In doing so, ADHS is able to detect rare, inherited disorders in Arizona newborns and provide follow-up services to save lives and improve quality of life.
Prenatal Education & Resources
Chandler Regional’s Family Birth Center offers a variety of classes and support groups help educate and prepare expectant families. Visit our classes and events section for a complete listing and registration.
Make your admission to the hospital much easier by pre-registering. This gives us time to gather important information about you before you arrive at the hospital. You can pre-register online, by mail, phone or at the hospital.
Skin to Skin Bonding
Chandler Regional’s skin-to-skin bonding program, Kangaroo Care, encourages mom and dad to bond with their newborn immediately after birth. The program establishes a warm, welcoming environment that fosters early closeness and connection for the new family.
Welcoming Baby Home
Congratulations on the birth of your baby! Delivering babies is our Specialty. At and at Chandler Regional's Family Birth Center our practices are designed to help you achieve the best birth for the healthiest baby, and have the most satisfying experience. Your baby's need during the first few weeks are pretty basic: love, nutrition and rest.
Baby's First Photo
Dignity Health Chandler Regional Medical Center proudly partners with Mom365 photographers to help you share your newborn’s photos with friends and family.
Umbilical Cord Donation Program
We are proud to partner with the Arizona Public Cord Blood Program to provide our expectant parents with the option of donating their baby’s umbilical cord blood to the national registry where it could save the life of someone with a life-threatening disease, or in need of a stem cell transplant.