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Quality maternity care you can trust.

hh_mother-and-babyAt Hialeah Hospital, we believe the birth of a baby should be a joyful and memorable experience. During these most precious moments, you can have confidence in knowing that our comprehensive team of obstetricians, pediatricians, neonatologists and medical staff has the training, expertise and experience to guide you through the labor and delivery process. Our commitment to healthcare excellence has been demonstrated by our proven ability to provide high-quality advanced level care for newborns.

Comprehensive services designed with your comfort in mind.

Choosing the hospital where you will deliver your baby is a deeply personal decision that depends as much on the people who will care for you as the services offered. Hialeah Hospital has a long history of delivering babies in our community, with a proven record of quality care. Learn more about our comfortable accommodations and maternity services below:

  • Accommodations that include a private labor, delivery and recovery room, a bathroom and shower, adjustable bed, and a couch or reclining chair for your labor partner.
  • Spacious private labor suites available with comfortable furniture and room service for all mealtimes.
  • Patient Navigators that can help guide you through the process.
  • Level II Neonatal Intensive care Unit (NICU).
  • Lactation Consultants that can provide consultations and support during your hospital stay.
  • An extensive educational program that provides child birthing and parenting education classes. (Offered in English and Spanish)
  • Couplet Care- Where your nurse cares for you and your newborn.
  • Family-centered mother and newborn care.
  • Cash pricing available.

Level II NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit) The Hialeah Hospital has a level II NICU is a neonatal intensive care unit that is capable for moderately premature babies and can care for babies born after gestational age. The NICU cares for babies who:

  • Can't stay warm on their own and need to be placed in an incubator.
  • Aren't strong enough to eat well and need NG or OG feeds.
  • Have health problems related to prematurity, such as jaundice or apnea of prematurity, anemia, bradycardia, hydrocephalus, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, interventricular hemorrhage, necrotizing enterocolitis and respiratory distress syndrome.

Schedule an appointment with an Obstetrician or Pediatrician or by calling 877-346-0711.

An employee becomes a patient

Everyone was very attentive, always available answering all my questions as a first time mom.

- Ana Cruz, maternity patient, Hialeah Hospital

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