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At Dignity Health we believe that you should experience childbirth in a way that meets your individual wants and needs. Our family-centered environment is well-known for its commitment to exceptional care of mothers and their newborns.
At our Family Birth Centers, moms experience labor, delivery and recovery all in the comfort of spacious, private rooms, each featuring sleeping accommodations for a spouse or partner.
Our Family Birth Center rooms are equipped with the latest technology needed to accommodate any birth and, should the need arise; cesarean birth suites are also available at each hospital.
We offer a number of classes to help expectant mom and their partners during pregnancy and beyond. Classes help answer questions about breastfeeding, how to balance family, work and finances, and more. View classes now at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center, Mercy Gilbert Medical Center, or Chandler Regional Medical Center.
If you have a high-risk pregnancy, Dignity Health doctors have the experience and technology you need. Chandler Regional and St. Joseph’s Hospital and Medical Center have neonatal intensive care units to care for the tiniest and sickest babies.
At Dignity Health in Arizona, we believe that nurse-midwives are experts in natural childbirth. It is our goal to educate every mother-to-be and her loved ones about childbirth options so that they can actively participate in the decision making process.
St. Joseph’s nurse-midwives offer personalized attention during the birthing process in the safety of the hospital for those who desire a natural childbirth experience. Our nurse-midwives are on staff and in-house day and night from Monday through Friday, and on call during weekends and holidays.
Several of our nurse-midwives at Chandler Regional and Mercy Gilbert, are also members of Valley OB-GYN physician practices. They provide the alternative of a more natural birth experience, education and personalized attention during the labor process in the safety of a hospital.