The birth of a baby is an important and exciting time in a family’s life. Here at SRMC, we are honored to share this important event with your family. From your first prenatal visit with our qualified health care providers we are here for you and your family. During your prenatal care we offer educational classes aimed to help the whole family prepare for your new arrival.
When you are ready to welcome your new arrival, we have two labor and delivery rooms designed with you and your family in mind. For your comfort during your labor experience (or for cesarean sections) our anesthesia staff is here for you.
Sometimes after you are home with your newborn, questions and/or problems arise. We understand that. Our obstetrical nurses will come to your home for well-baby visits to answer those questions and help resolve any concerns.
Here at SRMC our qualified and committed staff is waiting to serve you and make this time a very special and memorable time.
If you would like more information about our birthing unit and services, contact the Maternal & Infant Manager at 308.254.7268 ex. 1033. For more information on preparing for your delivery, click here.
Our Childbirth Class is taught by labor and delivery nurses. During the class you will learn what to expect during labor and delivery; how to cope with the stress of labor using breathing and relaxation techniques that can be used throughout your lifetime.
Childbirth Education Class
1st Session, Saturdays 8am-5pm
Infant Care Class
This is for our expectant parents to help you gain the basic knowledge needed for bringing home your new baby. The topics covered are baby bathing, diapering, feeding, child safety, car seat safety and breast-feeding.
For more information or to register (pre-registration is required) one of the above classes contact the Maternal & Infant Manager, 308.254.7268 ex 1033.
This free, voluntary service provides an in home visit after you have your baby to answer questions, assess your newborn, assist with breast-feeding and answers any questions you as new parents may have.
Safe Sitter Classes
This class is a nationally accredited class that teaches 11-13 year-olds how to be a safe babysitter. They learn how to think of babysitting as a business, first aide, CPR and other helpful tools to care for children. For more information or to register, contact the Maternal & Infant Manager, 308.254.7268 ex. 1033 .