Our Birthing Services
Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, this department offers outstanding continuity of care from admission and delivery, to taking your sweet bundle home. We provide:
- Labor and delivery
- Postpartum care
- Newborn care
- Surgical care, following C-sections
Certified Nurse-Midwives (CNM) specialize in primary care for women and offer personalized care for pregnancy, labor and delivery and postpartum concerns. CNMs are experts in their field with extensive training in both nursing and midwifery.Comfortable, Personalized Delivery
For patients wanting a full-time labor and delivery coach, less traditional birthing method, specific medical advice or just the comfort of knowing an informed medical professional is at their side throughout the process - a midwife is an excellent option. Our certified nurse midwives are supported by a team of board-certified physicians. You have access to several providers in the event of an emergency.
- Annual gynecologic exams
- Preconception counseling
- Primary care provider
- Postpartum care
- Family planning
- Prenatal care
- Cesarean care
- Menopause support
- Contraceptive counseling
- Full-time labor and delivery support
- Breastfeeding support
- Perimenopause care
- Hormone management
For more information, contact us at 620-356-1261.
Sometimes the postnatal period of pregnancy brings about new challenges. It can be difficult to know if a visit to the doctor's office is necessary, and frustrating when it was not. Some questions are personal and more comfortable when discussed with someone familiar. A midwife is an optimal choice for postnatal questions and concerns and can offer sound advice on home-care practices.
Family & Parenting Resources
A partnership with Russell Child Developmental Center provides help with the adjustments and care of a newborn. Additional services may be available as needed following the assessment of your baby.
The department participates in the National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome promotion known as the “Period of Purple Crying Program” to prepare parents and other family members with ways to cope with an upset infant.