Triage, Labor, Delivery & Recovery, Postpartum Units Find a Location Find a Doctor Family Birth Place Family Birth Place Classes Pre-admission Natural Childbirth Midwives Triage, Labor, Delivery & Recovery, Postpartum Units Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Quiet Time Dedicated Staff Follow-up Care Physicians for Women WebNursery® Maternal-Fetal Center Breastfeeding Resources Baby Steps Program Every Child Succeeds First Steps Early Intervention Footprints Perinatal Program Testimonials Triage Unit The triage unit, adjacent to the OB Unit, is devoted to outpatient assessment prior to hospital admission. Patients can be sent by their physician to the Triage Unit and receive expert, short-term observation to determine if labor is in progress or to handle complications, often avoiding unnecessary hospital admission. Patients that have not yet reached their 15th week of pregnancy are usually seen and treated in the Emergency Department. Labor, Delivery & Recovery Unit As you await the arrival of your new baby, you will enjoy one of our private birthing rooms. While here, you will have the support of our trained associates and various resources to help accommodate your birth plan. With preparation and adult supervision, your new baby’s siblings are permitted to be in the room while you give birth. Postpartum Unit After delivering your new baby, you will be moved into our Postpartum Unit. All of the rooms are private and designed to encourage the mother-baby bonding experience. Your family can be involved and stay together as much as you choose including your new baby’s siblings after preparation and with adult supervision. The Family Birth Place is committed to providing family-centered maternity care, encouraging and supporting the many benefits associated with the baby remaining with his or her mother throughout the hospital stay. However, The Family Birth Place also has a nursery available should the need arise for closer observation. Certified lactation consultants are on hand in this unit if you chose to breastfeed your baby and would like extra support and education.