Maternity Care for the Enid Area
Expecting a baby is an exciting time for you and your family. When the time comes to deliver your baby, St. Mary's Regional Medical Center offers advanced care at the BirthPlace, our maternity center, which has private maternity suites where you can undergo labor, delivery and recovery in the same room.
The rooms are equipped with the latest medical technology to monitor you and your baby. There is plenty of room for family and friends to visit. Each suite includes a birthing bed, rocking chair, sleeping chair for overnight guests, a stereo and an infant care station. After you have had time to recover, you will move to one of our spacious postpartum suites where you can enjoy additional amenities including a day bed, lounge chairs and a flat screen TV.
Our staff have achieved numerous accreditations including those from the Perinatal Continuing Education Programs (PCEP), Neonatal Resuscitation Programs (NRP), Basic Life Support training (BLS) programs, Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) programs, fetal monitoring programs and breastfeeding-continuing education programs.
Our moms are special and we enjoy pampering them! Each new mom will receive a special Maternity Keepsake album and a copy of the book "Baby You, Baby Me," which is about taking care of yourself once you get home. And before our new mothers leave the hospital, she and her guest can enjoy a complimentary gourmet dinner from our Stork Club Menu.
The McIntyre family chose St. Mary's Regional Medical Center when it came time to deliver their second child after the attentive care they received during the first pregnancy.
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What to Expect During and After Your Pregnancy
Learn about what to expect during your pregnancy and after you give birth:
- First Trimester
- Second Trimester
- Third Trimester
- After Delivery
- Feeding Your Baby
- Postpartum Depression