Soon, you’ll be welcoming a new baby or babies into the world. It’s the beginning of a new chapter, where love, adventure and memories await. And your birth center – the place you’ll meet your little bundle for the first time – is where that next part of your family’s story gets its start.
Regions Hospital Family Birth Center has a long history of providing award-winning care in Minnesota. Here medical expertise meets a birth experience designed to make labor, delivery and postpartum care comfortable and comforting. In the summer of 2020, our new, state-of-the-art, 160,000-square foot birthing center in downtown St. Paul opened to welcome your most precious deliveries.
The Family Birth Center is located in the southeast part of Regions Hospital. Park in the southeast ramp, which is accessible via E 12th Street, and is reserved for birth center families and visitors only.
Our address is: Southeast Section, 640 Jackson Street, St. Paul, MN 55101
We know you have unique needs and a special birth plan in mind. The Regions Hospital Family Birth Center in St. Paul is designed to give you and your family comfort, tranquility, and expert care from start to finish. But what exactly can you expect when you’re expecting to give birth here? Here’s a little look:
When you choose where you’ll give birth, you’re choosing how to start the next chapter of your family’s story. We’re here to help you do just that, by recognizing and honoring your birth choices. From epidurals to unmedicated water births and everything in between, we’re ready to help you have the birth experience you’re hoping for – starting long before you’re ready to deliver.
Those two little lines change everything – and it’s never too early to get great care. You can make an appointment as soon as you think you might be pregnant. Find an OB-GYN or midwife at a clinic near you, or call our OB-GYN clinic line at 952-967-7619.
The myHealthPregnancy app can help you keep track of your prenatal appointments, get weekly milestone notifications about your pregnancy, count kicks and more. You can get the app for Android or iPhone.
With a range of labor and delivery care options at your fingertips – and the ability to have supportive partners, families and doulas by your side – your care team at Regions Hospital Family Birth Center is here to help you have the birth experience you want.
When it comes to pain management, we offer a range of options – from natural methods like aromatherapy to nitrous oxide to epidurals. In addition to vaginal births, we’re able to perform gentle cesarean deliveries, if necessary. And we also have a high rate of successful vaginal births after cesarean (VBACs).
Once baby arrives, get the care, support and guidance you need to take care of yourself and your baby. As a Baby-Friendly USA Hospital, you can expect time for skin-to-skin contact and bonding – a practice that our birth center was among the first to make a standard practice.
You’ll also get breastfeeding support right away with help from certified lactation consultations, and your baby will get care from HealthPartners pediatricians. If your baby needs extra care, we’re ready too. Neonatologists from Children’s Hospital staff our Level 2 NICU.
If you have questions before you leave the hospital or after you get home, we’re here for you then, too. All you need to do is pick up your phone and call the BabyLine℠ at 612-333-2229. A specially trained OB-GYN nurse is on call 24/7. It’s free, and you don’t need to be a patient or have HealthPartners insurance.
From luxurious private suites and sunlit views of St. Paul, to spaces equipped to handle the kind of birth you want and the ranging levels of care you and your baby may need, our birth center was designed with you in mind.
No matter your birth plan, your care team is created to help give you the experience you want, and the care you and baby need. You’ll have access to board-certified OB-GYNs, certified nurse-midwives, experienced nurses, pediatricians, translators, and so many others.
Your choices are important to us. That’s why we offer many different pain management options, C-section deliveries that put moms and babies first, lactation support services, our Level 2 NICU and more.