Birthing center in Brigham City, 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.
At Brigham City Community Hospital, we know every woman has a unique vision for her birth experience. That is why our childbirth center in Box Elder County, Utah, provides a soothing, tranquil atmosphere equipped for numerous delivery options. Throughout your labor and delivery, our team respects your birth plan while keeping you and your baby safe and healthy.
For more information about Brigham City Community Hospital's birth center or to schedule a tour, please call us at (435) 734-4136.
Through our hospital's prenatal care program, we help you prepare for your little one's arrival while keeping you and your baby healthy. We are here to help you create your birth plan and answer any questions you may have about labor and delivery.
Childbirth preparation classes
We offer a birthing class on the second Saturday of every month from 9:00am to 2:00pm. The cost of the class is $35, which includes lunch and training for both mom and her birthing coach or support partner. Pre-registration is required and we ask that you please enroll by the end of the fifth month of your pregnancy.
During the class, we'll cover topics such as:
- Nutrition and healthy lifestyle
- Growth and development of your baby
- The emotional side of pregnancy
- What to expect during late pregnancy
- What to expect during labor
- Relaxation methods
- Breathing and pain control
- Vaginal and cesarean section (C-section) births
- Unexpected outcomes
- Breast and bottle feeding
- Maternal care following birth
- Infant care
Labor and delivery tours
Our childbirth services team provides labor and delivery tours to help you learn what to expect at the hospital and get familiar with our facility. The tour also provides an opportunity to ask our knowledgeable staff any questions you may have.
To schedule a labor and delivery tour, please call (435) 734-4136.
High-risk pregnancy care
A woman's pregnancy may be considered high risk for many reasons, from having a preexisting health condition to carrying multiples. If you have a high-risk pregnancy, we partner with the maternal-fetal medicine team at our sister facility, Ogden Regional Medical Center, to provide complete care.
Labor and delivery at our childbirth center
The nurses in our childbirth center are experts at providing compassionate, quality care to moms and babies. They use a family-centered approach to provide you with a comfortable and relaxing birth experience.
Some features of our labor and delivery unit include:
- Low patient-to-nurse ratio, ensuring close observation and attention
- Options for your family to be present for delivery
- Spacious and private birthing suites
- State-of-the-art central fetal monitoring system
- Pain management support and amenities to meet your preferences, such as:
- 24-hour epidural coverage
- Birthing ball use
- Movement to find positions of comfort during labor
- Walking during labor
Personalized birth services and amenities
At our hospital, you can design the birthing experience that is just right for you. Our maternity amenities and services include:
- Flexible visiting hours
- In-room accommodations for support person
- Medicated birth
- Natural birth
- Vaginal birth
- Vaginal birth after C-section (VBAC)
Pain relief options
- Breathing techniques
- Birthing balls
- Hot and cold therapy
- IV pain control
Labor and delivery options
- Cord blood options
- Doulas welcome
- Filming and photography welcome
- Immediate skin-to-skin contact
- Lighting preferences
- Placenta options
- Music welcome
- Skype delivery
- Umbilical cord cutting
Infant care amenities
- Advanced infant security
- Baby can room-in or sleep in the nursery
- Formula welcome
- Lactation support available
- Pacifiers welcome
- Breast pump
- Celebratory meal
- Adoption 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
Q: Since you’ve been pregnant, what type of food or drink do you miss the most?
- Your local microbrew
- Rare steak
- Gallons of sweet tea
Q: Who would you rather see in concert?
- Miranda Lambert
- Mumford & Sons
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
Q: Pick your favorite baby name
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
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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After the arrival of your little one, you and your baby receive complete care and support from our team. Your spacious and private room provides accommodations for your support partner as well as space for your newborn at your bedside. The nurses in our well-baby nursery are also available to care for your baby when you need to rest.
Some of our other postpartum care services and amenities include:
- Advanced infant security system to keep your baby safe
- Breastfeeding support from our lactation consultants (if you choose to breastfeed)
- Circumcision education and services
- Hearing tests for newborns
- Kernicterus prevention and jaundice testing and monitoring (light therapy when needed)
- Post-delivery celebratory meal
Postpartum depression support
Many women experience postpartum depression after childbirth. In fact, you are susceptible to postpartum depression even as long as one year after your baby is born. This is why our family of hospitals is dedicated to providing postpartum depression support through our behavioral health services.
If you think you may have postpartum depression, talk to your OBGYN about the symptoms and treatments. This condition is highly treatable, and seeking help is the first step to feeling like yourself again.
Our mental health specialists are available 24/7. To speak to one of our specialists about postpartum depression, please call (801) 268-7438.
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