Labor and delivery center in Draper, Utah

Important Information

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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The birthing center at Lone Peak Hospital was designed with your comfort and convenience in mind. We know every expectant mother's wishes are different when it comes to childbirth. That is why we support your choices and provide personalized care for you and your baby.

However you wish to experience childbirth, our labor and delivery center offers a spacious, comfortable environment for you to welcome your baby into the world in Salt Lake County.

For more information about our pregnancy and childbirth services, please call (801) 545-8262.

Prenatal care

At Lone Peak Hospital, we want to help you stay healthy during pregnancy and prepare for your childbirth experience. We do this by providing educational opportunities and advanced pregnancy care through our prenatal care program.

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Important Information

As you prepare for your delivery at Lone Peak Hospital, we want to make you aware of recent changes to our childbirth preparation courses in light of the current coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Effective March 16, 2020, all in-person classes and tours at Lone Peak Hospital are cancelled. We still offer online Childbirth Preparation, Breastfeeding and Newborn Care classes to help you prepare at your own pace and in the comfort of your home. The information is presented in a fun and easy-to-understand format and includes videos, animations, quizzes, extended learning activities and much more. To register, please visit our registration page or call our enrollment hotline at (801) 545-8262.

For those who would like a tour of the Labor and Delivery Unit at Lone Peak Hospital, please enjoy a virtual tour in the video below.

During this time, we assure you that, above all else, we are committed to the care and improvement of human life—which is why we want to provide you and your new baby with the best environment possible.

Maternity classes

If you have questions about labor and delivery or feel a little anxious about the experience, you're not alone. It's normal to have a mix of emotions about your upcoming childbirth experience, especially when you aren't sure what to expect. This is why our childbirth services team provides educational maternity classes at our labor and delivery center.

We believe that education is a key factor to helping you prepare for labor and delivery, and we are here to help you approach the big day with confidence. As such, our childbirth preparation classes are designed to educate you on labor, delivery and recovery as well as provide an opportunity for you to ask questions. We also provide infant care and breastfeeding classes to help you prepare for caring for your little one.

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High-risk pregnancy care

If you need specialized care for a high-risk pregnancy, our maternal-fetal specialists are here for you. We provide personalized care and a variety of services to help you and your baby stay healthy.

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

Blue Distinction Center+ by Blue Cross Blue Shield


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Lone Peak Hospital is recognized as a Blue Distinction Center+ by Blue Cross Blue Shield. This designation is awarded to facilities which demonstrate affordable, high-quality care as well as treatment expertise and better overall patient results.

Labor and delivery at our birthing center

At Lone Peak Hospital, we are committed to providing a soothing and tranquil atmosphere for you and your family. Our birthing suites are labor, delivery, recovery and postpartum (LDRP) rooms, which means you'll labor, deliver and recover in the same room to ensure your comfort.

Other features of our Labor and Delivery Unit include:

  • Rooms furnished with a birthing bed, sleeper sofa, rocker and TV as well as Internet access
  • Pain management options to suit your preference:
    • 24-hour epidural coverage with a board-certified anesthesiologist
    • Movement to find positions of comfort while in labor
    • Walking in labor
  • Space in your room for family to be present for your childbirth experience, if you wish
  • Two designated operating rooms for cesarean sections (C-sections)

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Personalized labor and delivery options

At our birthing center, you can design a birth experience to suit your needs and preferences. 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
  • Distraction
  • Hot therapy
  • IV pain control
  • Meditation
  • Standard epidural
  • Whirlpool tubs

Labor and delivery options


  • Birthing balls
  • Cord blood options
  • Doulas welcome
  • Filming/photography welcome
  • Lighting preferences
  • Music welcome
  • Partner can help "catch" baby
  • Placenta options
  • Skin-to-skin contact (even after C-section)
  • Skype delivery
  • 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
  • Celebratory meal
  • Dine on demand
  • Gifts
  • Sibling activity area
  • VIP/luxury suite

Other resources


  • Adoption support
  • Surrogacy support

Neonatal intensive care

If your baby needs neonatal intensive care after birth, we have an on-site Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Here, our neonatologists and NICU nurses care for ill babies and premature babies born as early as 34 weeks gestation.

If your baby does need to stay in our NICU, we encourage you to visit with your child as often as you want. Our NICU staff is available to answer any questions you may have and will support you however they can.

Postpartum care

After the arrival of your little one, your baby will receive high-quality care from our expert nursery staff. Our team will also help you begin your recovery and will provide you with compassionate postpartum care and support throughout your hospital stay.

We encourage your baby to room in with you, meaning that your baby will remain in your room with you rather than in a nursery. However, our nursery staff is available to care for your newborn when you need to get some rest or care for yourself.

During your postpartum stay, we offer:

  • Advanced infant security system to protect your baby throughout your hospital stay
  • Circumcision education and services
  • Flexible visiting hours for friends and family
  • Gourmet meal for two to celebrate your new baby
  • Hearing tests for newborns
  • In-room accommodations for your support partner
  • Kernicterus prevention and jaundice testing and monitoring as well as light therapy when needed

Postpartum depression support

It is not uncommon to experience postpartum depression within the first year of your baby's birth. If you think you may have postpartum depression, we are here for you with complete behavioral health services. Talk to your OBGYN about the symptoms and treatment options we provide.

Safe Haven is here to help. Visit their website

If you can no longer care for your newborn, you can give up custody anonymously at any hospital in Utah, including a Utah Newborn Safe Haven hospital like ours. Utah Newborn Safe Haven is here to help.

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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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