Providing the comforts of home for your special day
When it’s time to welcome your new baby into the world, we’ll be here to provide individualized care and nurturing throughout the labor and delivery. With a full range of childbirth services, you’ll be in good hands at Logansport Memorial’s Family Birth Center.
Our priority is your comfort and safety when you’re having a baby. You can expect to be surrounded by capable, highly trained staff to create a soothing environment for you during childbirth and immediately after it.
During childbirth, our maternity staff will stick to your birthing preferences as closely as possible and provide a variety of pain relief and anesthesia options to make sure you’re as comfortable as possible.
After labor and delivery, you’ll recover in your own private maternity suite where you’ll stay for the rest of your time at the hospital. Your baby will be kept with you in your room as much as possible.
If you want to catch up on your sleep or take a shower, our trained staff will gladly watch your infant. During your hospital stay, we’ll also give you information to help you know more about what to expect once you get home.
The Cafe Express cafeteria at Logansport Memorial Hospital will provide and deliver nutritious, energizing meals during your hospital stay that help to promote your health and recovery.
You’ll receive made-to-order meals are served as room service between 6 a.m.–6 p.m. Any of your guests will be able to purchase meals in Café Express during their normal business hours.
Fathers and/or partners are encouraged to actively participate in labor and delivery, and they may visit at any time. Fathers/partners also have the option of staying overnight. Hide-a-beds are provided in each private patient room.
Other visitors are welcome to wait in our lounge until after the baby is born. Visiting periods are based upon patient preference with considerations made for privacy, safety, and protection of you and your baby.
To help protect your baby, please make sure all visitors wash their hands when the baby is in the room and check that they are free of colds, sore throats, and infections.
All visitors in the birthing area must be at least 14-years-old. Exceptions will only be made will be made for your baby’s siblings. An adult caretaker other than the mother must accompany children during the entire visiting period.
Be prepared for delivery. Get the guide to know what to bring for your hospital stay.
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