A mom snuggles with her newborn baby in bed at the hospital.

The best care for mother and baby

At the Hudson Hospital Birth Center, our specialized team of doctors and nurses goes above and beyond to give you and your family the best experience possible as you welcome your little one into the world. You’ll find a soothing environment, private birthing suites and a variety of pain management options to help make labor and delivery more comfortable.

Our birthing program focuses not only on your inpatient care, but on providing support throughout your pregnancy and after you return home. From childbirth classes to delivery, breastfeeding support to postnatal care, we offer comprehensive services for mothers and babies.

At the Hudson Hospital Birth Center, we have the lowest C-section rate in the region – well below the national average. We’ve also received the Birthing-Friendly designation from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for providing high-quality maternal care.

We’re known across the community for our caring staff and positive patient experiences. In fact, nearly 600 babies are born here each year. Learn more about our center and how your family can plan for your own beautiful beginning with us.

Your birth. Your way.

You’ve imagined how you want this day to go, and we’re here to help make that vision a reality. Whether you’re interested in a water birth, aromatherapy or you have a special playlist you’d like to listen to, our team will be by your side to give you peace of mind and expert care every step of the way.

See my care options

At the Hudson Hospital Birth Center, we’re ready to welcome you and your growing family. Your needs were at top of mind when we designed our labor and delivery rooms, water birthing suite, family waiting area and more. Our goal is to maximize comfort while providing the highest level of care. Here, our expert team of OB-GYN doctors and nurses provides a family-centered care experience you can trust.

Patient rooms are designed to be a calming space for birth and bonding with your little one.

We have special hydrotherapy tubs for laboring, as well as a water birthing suite.

Family members can enjoy our comfortable waiting area, kitchen and other amenities.

Neonatal Virtual Care Services

Your newborn is never far away from highly specialized care. We offer state-of-the-art neonatal virtual care at Hudson Hospital Birth Center through a partnership with newborn care specialists at Children’s Minnesota Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

Neonatal virtual care brings specialty care to our patients when and where it is needed most. If your baby is born early or experiences unexpected medical complications after delivery, your baby’s care team may choose to consult with Children’s newborn care specialists. Using a specialized telemedicine cart with secure audio/visual technology, a Children’s newborn specialist will be virtually present at your baby’s bedside. Clinicians from Hudson Hospital and Children’s Minnesota will work together to quickly treat your baby. All final care decisions will be made by your baby’s physician.

Lactation Program

Breastfeeding is natural, but it doesn’t always come naturally. That’s why we developed the Lactation Program at Hudson Hospital Birth Center. This program supports families in their breastfeeding or breast milk feeding goals. We provide prenatal breastfeeding classes, in-patient support from lactation-certified nurses, as well as support by phone or appointment when you return home, so you can be sure that your newborn is eating enough.

To learn more, visit our birth center services or call 715-531-6428.

We offer two different online prenatal classes to help prepare new parents for life with their little one. In our childbirth classes, you’ll learn about everything from the physical and emotional changes during pregnancy to childbirth and caring for your baby when you return home.

During our breastfeeding class, you’ll learn the benefits of breastfeeding for mom and baby, positioning techniques, partner's involvement, and information about choosing and using a breast pump.


Prior to your due date, we ask that you please complete and return the Birth Center Pre-registration Form. This helps reduce the time it takes to check in when you arrive.

There are multiple ways to return your completed form. You can drop it off in-person at the information desk, fax your form to 952-883-9727, or mail it to us at:

Admitting - Hudson Hospital
405 Stageline Road
Hudson, WI 54016