The Bellevue Hospital’s Family Birthing Center offers care and education from pregnancy through delivery, and beyond. From Pregnancy Partners to a follow-up visit at the hospital by one of our skilled and dedicated staff members, the Family Birthing Center staff “Can Really Deliver.”
- Level 1 Family Birthing Center (FBC)
- 8 private rooms
- FBC staff has nearly 300 combined years of experience
- Viewing window for nursery, with nursery located behind the nurse station for enhanced security
- Sofa bed available for overnight stay for father or partner to be able to assist in care of the new baby
- Whirlpool tubs in each room, some rooms with ADA accessible units
- Medical gas lines located behind artwork on wall for more of a “homey” atmosphere
- Windows with an outside view in each room
- Other highlights include close proximity to surgery for c-sections or other complications, return area for room service trays and linens and a separate education room
- Childbirth Education
- Breastfeeding Basics
- Sibling Education
- Lamaze Childbirth Education
- MOMS Breastfeeding Support Group
- Pregnancy Partners
We understand this is an exciting time, yet also a little stressful. If you have any questions or concerns about childbirth preparedness, please call TBH’s Childbirth Educator at 419.483.4040, Ext. 4295 to discuss education options. One-on-one appointments and phone consultations are availablefor Lamaze Preparedness & Breastfeeding.
The Bellevue Hospital knows that family members and loved ones play a key role in sharing this exciting time and showing support during this critical moment in your life. However, rest and relaxation is an important part of post-partum care and recovery. The Family Birthing Center is open to visitors between 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. daily. Quiet hours are observed between 2 - 4 p.m. All visitors to the Family Birthing Center must be over the age of 18, with the exception of baby's siblings.
We believe that each patient has the right to receive quality care based on individual needs and age. Patients and their families are involved in establishing priorities for the care that best meet the patient needs.
We work to keep you safe in a clean and healthy environment.