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What you need to know about delivery day

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Posted at 1:16 PM, Mar 24, 2016
and last updated 2016-03-24 15:16:22-04

Chelsea Chaney, Certified Nurse Midwife, tells us what to expect on delivery day at Salt Lake Regional Medical Center.

Salt Lake Regional Medical Center is part of a medical community that has provided over 140 years of determination, compassion, and accomplishments - now occupying a medical complex within a city block with hundreds of physicians and medical professionals.

8 New Labor and Delivery Suites
Each suite has the comforts to make your delivery extra-special for you and your entire family.

Providing comfort care for the mother with Private, spacious birthing rooms with natural light, wireless fetal monitoring for mobility during labor, new spacious and elegant bathrooms, and meals from our special dining menu, ordered at your convenience and delivered fresh to your room. Additional comfort and conveniences for the family includes ample seating that converts to sleeping accommodations, a welcomed addition for those closest to you.

Plus, we offer another 15 new, private Postpartum suites, providing a loving and comfortable environment to bond with your new baby and family.

To be sure your birth is given the necessary medial support, if needed, we offer 2 new Women’s Center operating room suites with some of the latest in medical equipment and care essentials.

Options for a customized birth experience including new birthing tubs and Special candlelight dinner for two.Or if you you’d rather have a more traditional experience, options for anesthesia is available 24/7 with a comfortable family waiting area. And once you’re baby arrived, we have additional care and support, keeping you and your baby safe, including the HUGS® Infant safety system, educational rooms, Lactation consultant on-site daily, and professional infant photography by Bella Baby.

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