What to Expect in Postpartum

After delivery, we provide regular check-ups for both the you and your baby. Our team assists with breastfeeding and encourages bonding with your baby. We perform hourly rounds, check vital signs, perform fundal massages on you to monitor bleeding, and check for postpartum depression. We also offer pain management, support for bonding, breastfeeding assistance, and educational resources.

After vaginal delivery, you will typically stay in the hospital for 24 - 48 hours after delivery. If you have a C-section, you will typically stay in the hospital for 48 - 72 hours after delivery.

Pain Medication Use

We offer various options to help manage pain after birth, including ice packs, numbing spray, pain medication, and intravenous fluids.

Discharge Information

During your stay, we will provide education and discharge information to you. We will also help you understand the signs and symptoms to watch for, manage your activity levels, plan your nutrition and diet, and address any pain you may have before leaving our hospital.

Extended Stay

If either you or your baby need extra care after one of you has been medically cleared to leave the hospital, the person who's been discharged can stay in the room with the patient for comfort. Please note that this is based on room availability.