Childbirth center in Davis County, Utah

COVID-19 and Pregnancy - An Update for our Patients

We would like to take this opportunity to update you about your maternity care during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and assure you that our dedicated team of expert nurses, physicians and midwives are committed to providing the safest and most effective care.

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At Lakeview Hospital's family birth center, we want you to feel like royalty. We'll provide you more time, extra comfort and expert care to make your labor, delivery and recovery as special as possible. In fact, we specialize in special deliveries in Bountiful, Utah, supporting your decisions and providing personalized care for you and your baby.

For more information about Lakeview Hospital's family birthing center, please call (801) 299-2172.

Prenatal services

Through our prenatal care program, we help you stay healthy and prepare for your birth experience. Our team is here to answer any questions you may have leading up to labor and delivery.

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Maternity classes

Being educated and prepared are essential to feeling comfortable and secure as you prepare for your baby's arrival. This is why we offer maternity classes at our birthing center. Through these maternity classes, we educate you on current information as well as timeless techniques regarding pregnancy, childbirth and newborn care—so you can approach the big day with confidence.

Whether you are a first-time parent or just needing a refresher, join us at one of our classes:

  • 3-Week Childbirth Education Course
  • Prenatal and Childbirth Education—Super Saturday Course
  • Breastfeeding Basics and Beyond

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Labor and delivery tours

In-person tours are welcome. With current COVID regulations, we can accommodate two adults to tour the unit. To schedule an appointment call (801) 299-2261.

High-risk pregnancy care

If you need specialized care for a high-risk pregnancy, we can help. We partner with the maternal-fetal medicine doctors at our sister facility, St. Mark's Hospital, for comprehensive high-risk pregnancy care.

To schedule a consultation with a maternal-fetal medicine specialist, please call (866) 887-3999.

What to bring to the hospital for your baby

You likely have questions about what you should bring to the hospital for your baby, so we've compiled a short list. Please bring:

  • Car seat
  • Outfit to go home in

What our hospital provides for your baby

You are welcome to bring more items for your newborn, but please know our birthing center provides the following:

  • Blankets
  • Diapers
  • Formula (if needed)
  • Hats
  • Pacifiers
  • T-shirts and onesies
  • Wipes

Labor and delivery services

Our maternity care team knows that giving birth is a special experience like no other in your lifetime. It is emotional, rewarding and miraculous—even inspirational. That is why we promise to care for you like you were our closest loved one. We support you throughout your childbirth experience and do our best to honor your birth plan.

Features of our birthing center

Our birth center offers:

  • A variety of pain management options
    • 24-hour epidural coverage
    • Assisted walking during labor
    • Birthing balls
    • Movement to find comfort positions during labor
  • Spacious, all-private birthing suites designed for comfort
  • Internet access and TV
  • Smoothie service
  • Designated operating rooms for cesarean section (C-section) births and postpartum tubal ligations

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Personalized labor and delivery care

At our hospital, you can design a birthing experience that is just right for you and your baby. Some of our amenities and options include:

Family-centered amenities


  • Flexible visiting hours
  • In-room accommodations for support person
  • Quiet time

Childbirth methods


  • C-section
  • Medicated birth, such as with an epidural
  • Natural birth
  • Vaginal birth
  • Vaginal birth after C-section (VBAC)

Pain relief methods


  • Breathing techniques
  • Cold therapy
  • Distraction
  • Hot therapy
  • IV pain control
  • Meditation
  • Standard epidural

Labor and delivery options


  • Cord blood options
  • Doulas welcome
  • Filming and photography welcome
  • Lighting preferences
  • Music welcome
  • Skin-to-skin contact (even after C-section)
  • Umbilical cord cutting

Infant care amenities and options


  • Advanced infant security
  • Baby can room-in or sleep in the nursery
  • Formula welcome
  • Lactation support available
  • Pacifiers welcome

In-room amenities


  • Breast pump in room
  • Celebratory meal
  • Gifts
  • Special hospital gowns

Other resources


  • Adoption support
  • Surrogacy support

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Q: Where would you rather go into labor?

  • In an Anthropologie
  • The middle of a rainforest
  • Under the stars
  • At a rock concert
  • At the beach
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Q: Since you’ve been pregnant, what type of food or drink do you miss the most?

  • Your local microbrew
  • Sushi
  • Chardonnay
  • Rare steak
  • Gallons of sweet tea
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Q: Who would you rather see in concert?

  • Miranda Lambert
  • Beyonce
  • Mumford & Sons
  • Enya
  • Queen
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Q: When do you most like listening to music?

  • While doing yoga
  • While on long drives
  • On your daily run
  • While cooking dinner
  • At work
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Q: Pick your favorite baby name

  • Taylor
  • Roxanne
  • Sparrow
  • Faith
  • Chloe
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Q: What is your ideal weekend activity?

  • Going on a hike
  • Going to the lake
  • Relaxing at the beach
  • Going shopping
  • Grabbing coffee with a friend
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Q: If you were in a band, which role would you fill?

  • Ukulele player
  • Piano player
  • Electric guitarist
  • Steel guitarist
  • Lead vocalist
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Neonatal intensive care

If your baby needs neonatal intensive care after birth, our neonatologists and neonatal nurses provide gentle, expert care in our neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). As a Level II NICU, we have the expertise and resources to care for ill and premature babies born as early as 32 weeks gestation.

Postpartum care

After birth, we continue to provide you with an abundance of support and personalized care. Our team is here to help you learn to care for your baby as well as care for your baby when you need time to rest.

Some of our postpartum support services and amenities include:

  • In-room accommodations for your support person and space for your baby to room-in
  • Special "Stork Dinner" for two
  • Hearing tests for newborns
  • Circumcision education and services
  • Breastfeeding support from lactation consultants, if you choose to breastfeed
  • Infant security system to protect your baby throughout your hospital stay
  • Secure online website for your family to view online baby photos

Postpartum depression support

It's not uncommon to experience postpartum depression within the first year of your baby's birth. If you think you may have this condition, please know it is highly treatable and that we are here for you with complete behavioral health services. Talk to your OBGYN about symptoms and treatment options available in our family of hospitals.

Safe Haven is here to help. Visit their website.

If you are unable to care for your newborn, you can give up custody anonymously at any hospital in Utah, including ours, which is a Utah Newborn Safe Haven facility. Together, we are here to help.

Labor and delivery at MountainStar Healthcare

Just as every baby is unique, so is every delivery. As your partner in care, we provide a customized birthing experience that begins long before your first contraction and continues well after delivery.

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