Maternity Services- Continuing to Deliver!
Tucson Medical Center consistently delivers family-oriented, specialized obstetrical and newborn care to support you and your family throughout your pregnancy and birthing experience. TMC's tradition of excellence offers the expertise you need and the care you expect when delivering your baby. This commitment to each new family is why more doctors choose to practice at TMC, and why more families continue to deliver at Southern Arizona's leading community hospital.
At TMC you are assured of the availability of a team of specialists and staff, all extensively trained in caring for mom and baby. Accredited by the Arizona Perinatal Trust, we have professionals available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, who specialize in high-risk pregnancy and deliveries. On-site specialists include perinatologists who are experts in maternal-fetal medicine, dedicated Labor and Delivery anesthesiologists, and neonatologists who can care for any baby who needs extra assistance in TMC’s nationally renowned Newborn Intensive Care Unit or NICU.
Looking for an OB/GYN?
Finding the right provider to see you through pregnancy and the birthing process is critical. TMC offers online information to assist you in your search. Please use TMC's physician search engine to identify an OB/GYN provider who delivers at TMC.
Labor and Delivery
Our Labor and Delivery's private spacious rooms are furnished in a peaceful setting and have all you need for a safe, comfortable delivery. Your personalized birth plan is encouraged and welcomed. TMC’s expert Labor and Delivery team works with you to ensure your needs are met during this exciting time.
All TMC Labor and Delivery nurses are trained in high-risk conditions and respond along with their medical colleagues to care for moms and babies during any circumstances that might arise.
NEW! All Private Postpartum Rooms
New moms can experience the luxury of brand new all private rooms. Embraced by the beautiful décor of larger rooms that better accommodate a growing family, moms will enjoy the warm, comfortable and quiet atmosphere that allows the bonding process to continue. One nurse will care for both mom and baby during each shift of the hospital stay.
We know that a yearning for closeness is a natural instinct, and a physical and emotional need shared by mom and her baby. Babies are encouraged to “room in” with mom during the hospital stay. Studies support this best practice for baby and family. As part of rooming-in, expert breastfeeding consultations and newborn-care education are delivered at the bed side by TMC’s caring and supportive staff.
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