We want you to feel comfortable and relaxed in your surroundings during labor and we designed our birthing suites with this in mind. They offer plenty of room to move around during labor and provide a range of amenities including: cozy beds large enough to share with your family, walk-in showers with room for you and your support person, deep soaking tubs that can be used during labor and birth, birth balls, plush towels, and robes.
Comfort Measures During Labor
There are a wide range of comfort measures and relaxation techniques that we use to help you manage active labor. During your prenatal care we will explore the full range of comfort measures available. Including:
- Soaking tubs & showers that can be used for aquatherapy
- Birthing balls
- Pressure point therapy
- TENS unit
- Nitrous oxide
Come visit us to learn more about comfort measures during birth.
Our birthing suites all include large tubs that are available to you during labor. Currently, 75% of the births conducted in our Rogers, Arkansas location are water births. There are many benefits to laboring in water and our certified midwives are happy to support women who want to give birth in the tub to do so safely.
Our Midwives are Trained in Early Newborn Care.
Following birth, our midwives and nurses will stay nearby to ensure you and your baby are happy and healthy before stepping away to give your family time to get to know your newest addition. After giving you time to bond with your baby, they will do a head-to-toe physical assessment, ensure your baby is nursing well, and review what you need to watch for in the first few days of your little ones life. We will help you with breastfeeding and answer any questions you have as you prepare to take your baby home.
Everyone rests and recovers best in their own space, so we make sure families get home soon after birth. We stay in close contact to ensure that everyone is happy and healthy. 24-48 hours after your baby is born, we visit your home to do a full physical exam of you and your baby and answer any questions about breastfeeding, newborn care, or any part of the new parent experience, without disrupting the rest, recovery, and bonding your family needs.