Do you have a St. Rose baby?
When you expect nothing but the very best in care, St. Rose Dominican Hospitals is sure to deliver. The miracle of life starts right here - at our Siena and San Martín Campuses - as comfort and technology combine to embrace you and your family.
St. Rose Dominican Hospitals has been providing family-centered care focused on the well-being of both mom and baby for more than 60 years.
Our comfortable birthing suites are enhanced by our family-centered philosophy. We value the family as a unit and want to facilitate your bonding during this time - whether it is new fathers spending the night on the pullout beds in the patient rooms or siblings and/or fathers being present during the birth experience.
If your baby needs extra care, our Siena and San Martín Campuses offer the latest in technology and compassionate care to ensure your newborn gets the care he or she needs.
The Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the Siena Campus offers the highest level of neonatal treatment available, and it's being EXPANDED. This modern, comfortable 15-bed Level III NICU will have 11 more beds by Summer 2013 and is the only Level III NICU in the southern part of the Las Vegas valley and features the most advanced technology for monitoring sick and/or premature newborns. Our caring, compassionate NICU staff provides a full range of neonatal treatment for medically fragile infants.
Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) services are available at the San Martín Campus.
Mothers giving birth to high risk babies can receive care at the San Martín Campus where the Level II nursery provides advanced care for premature and ill infants born at 32 weeks or above. The Level II NICU features advanced technology and board-certified neonatologists who tend infants 24 hours a day. The San Martín Campus houses a 6-bed Level II NICU.
The Level II NICU at the San Martín
A support group of highly trained specialists, high tech equipment and well-equipped birthing suites ensure added safety for high risk and cesarean births.
Having a baby can be both exciting and stressful. At St. Rose, we believe in attentive care which is why during the post-delivery stay, one nurse cares for the mother and her baby together.
St. Rose's informed parent philosophy extends to the bedside, where instructional classes are offered including infant care, new mother care, breastfeeding, nutrition and other pertinent topics.
New mothers also have a number of "freedoms" in how they deliver their babies. They can choose to deliver in an unconventional position, to walk or sit during labor or to opt for or against an intravenous tube during the birth process.
St. Rose Dominican Hospitals, through its WomensCare Centers, also offers a variety of programs for soon-to-be parents, moms, dads and families as well as programs for after baby arrives, including breastfeeding support.
Families can take a number of birth-related classes through the WomensCare Centers, including: Prepared Childbirth, Breast Feeding Instruction, Baby Basics/CPR, and Sibling and Parenting classes. Some of the classes are taught by the same nurses who work in the Maternal Child Centers, giving parents a familiar face when they arrive to have the baby. For information on birth-related/parenting classes,
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For more information, call the Siena Campus at 702.616.5622
or the San Martín Campus at 702.492.8622
For information on childbirth classes or for a tour of the Maternal Child Centers, call 702.616.4901.
To pre-register on line for your delivery, please click here.