The Birthplace and Early Infant Care
The Women's and Children's Services department at Henderson Hospital in Henderson, Nevada is devoted to providing care to women at all stages of the maternity process - pre-pregnancy, pregnancy and the postpartum period. Our maternity suites are designed for optimal privacy and comfort to help patients feel relaxed and at home. Each patient receives an individual monitoring and recovery plan developed with her medical and nursing staff. Security systems help ensure safety for patients, their infants and their visitors.
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The Women's and Children's Services department features the Birthplace, which has:
- Labor, delivery and recovery suites
- A postpartum unit and newborn nursery
- Cesarean surgical suites located on the unit
- A well child nursery and special care nursery
There are in-room accommodations for dads or birth partners, and siblings are welcome to visit their new baby brother or sister. Newborns can room-in with Mom.
IBCLC Care Award
This award demonstrates that Henderson Hospital promotes, protects, and supports breastfeeding and the lactation consultant profession.
Take a free group tour of The Birthplace, the maternity unit at Henderson Hospital. Tours are held several times a month. The tour group is limited to six couples (two adults per group). Tours are for expectant couples only. No children please.
Please register early to reserve your spot. Tours may fill up quickly. If you are unable to schedule a tour, please call our Childbirth Educator at 702-963-7405.
Take a Virtual Tour of the Birthplace
Childbirth Education Classes
Henderson Hospital offers classes for new parents. These may also serve as refresher courses for people whose last baby was several years ago.
Well Child and Special Care Nurseries
Our Level I / Level II nurseries are equipped with advanced medical technology required for a wide range of conditions, including babies born a few weeks prematurely, unstable babies and those born with low birth weights.