Birth Center

For the birth of your baby, Holy Cross Hospital – Mountain Point offers private and spacious labor, delivery and recovery suites.

Location
3000 N. Triumph Blvd.
Lehi, UT 84043
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Our Services

We offer comprehensive recovery, postpartum and newborn care, including Level II and well-baby nurseries. Each birthing suite is equipped with an adjustable bed, a reclining sleeper for your coach and labor tubs to increase your comfort during labor and help ensure outstanding medical care for the first hours of your baby’s life.

If you require a Cesarean section, we have dedicated surgical suites, so you will be able to deliver your baby in an operating room located right in our birth center. We have LDRP (labor, delivery, recovery, and postpartum) suites, so our patients can stay in the suite the entire time, where nurses with specialized training will care for you and your baby.

Obstetrics & gynecology

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Obstetrics & gynecology

Our women’s and birth center offers a full range of services including:  

  • Preconception health care and family planning 

  • Pregnancy, labor and delivery  

  • Well-woman, physical, pelvic and breast exams 

  • Pap smears  

  • Gynecologic surgery 

  • Premenstrual and menstruation therapy 

  • Sexually transmitted disease (STD) screening 

  • Gynecologic/cervical pre-cancer screenings including breast, ovarian, uterine 

Mammography 

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Mammography 

Doctors and scientists agree that early detection is the best defense against breast cancer. If we find breast cancer early, before it has spread to lymph nodes, the five-year survival rate is almost 100%. Until now, the best way to do that has been with digital mammography. 

While digital mammography is still one of the most advanced early-detection technologies available today, it is only a 2-dimensional picture of the breast. The breast is a 3-dimensional object composed of different structures, such as blood vessels, milk ducts, fat, and ligaments. That’s why we use an advanced technology called breast tomosynthesis, which has been shown in clinical studies to be superior to digital mammography.

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