South Arkansas Regional Hospital understands the joy and anticipation that comes with expecting a baby. We are committed to providing exceptional care to pregnant women and their newborns during this extraordinary journey. Our maternity services, delivered by a compassionate team of obstetricians, labor and delivery specialists, nurses, and other dedicated professionals, ensure a welcoming and comfortable environment for you and your baby.
Our Women’s Center is designed to provide exceptional care and support for pregnant women and their children. As an integral part of our campus, the Women’s Center offers a family-centered approach, ensuring access to a wide range of support services and convenient proximity to the surgical department for cesarean births and additional assistance if required.
Here are some highlights of what you can expect at the Women’s Center at South Arkansas Regional Hospital:
Labor & Delivery: Our experienced team of obstetricians, nurses, and support staff is committed to providing personalized care during your labor and delivery experience. We create a comfortable and safe environment to support you throughout the birthing process.
Level II Specialty Care Nursery: Our specialized nursery is equipped to care for newborns who require additional medical attention. With a dedicated team of neonatal specialists and advanced equipment, we ensure that your baby receives the highest level of care if needed.
Gynecological Care: Beyond pregnancy and childbirth, our Women’s Center offers comprehensive gynecological care. Our skilled gynecologists provide a wide range of services, including routine check-ups, preventive screenings, and management of gynecological conditions to support your overall reproductive health.
Lactation Services: We understand the importance of breastfeeding and its numerous benefits for both mother and baby. Our dedicated lactation consultants provide personalized guidance, education, and support to help you successfully establish and maintain breastfeeding. We offer techniques, tips, and resources to address any breastfeeding challenges you may encounter.
South Arkansas Regional Hospital is dedicated to providing comprehensive care, education, and support to pregnant women and their families. Your comfort, safety, and well-being are our top priorities throughout this transformative experience.
Family Connects Program: South Arkansas Regional Hospital has become Arkansas’s first healthcare facility to participate in the national Family Connects program.
This initiative aims to increase child well-being by providing much-needed support to new parents who may be struggling to access the resources they need to care for their newborns.
Through the Family Connects program, our specially trained Women’s Center Registered Nurses conduct no-cost postpartum home visits for every participating family and newborn born at our hospital, regardless of their income or socioeconomic status.
During these visits, our nurses provide invaluable guidance and support to new parents, answering questions and addressing concerns they may have about their child’s health and development.
The program’s ultimate goal is to bridge the gap between parent needs and community resources. By providing new parents with the information and resources they need to care for their children, we hope to reduce infant mortality rates and improve parenting behavior.
Family Connects has been evaluated and has numerous benefits for parents and infants. By providing new parents with the support they need, we can help reduce the need for emergency medical care for infants. This, in turn, can help reduce the financial burden on families and healthcare facilities alike. Furthermore, by improving parenting behavior, we can help ensure that children get the best possible start in life. This can positively impact their development and academic performance later in life, setting them up for success.
South Arkansas Regional Hospital is proud to be a part of the Family Connects program and looks forward to helping new parents in our community. By providing these much-needed resources and support, we hope to make a meaningful difference in the lives of families and children throughout the region.
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Maternity Care Nursery Alliance: The Arkansas Children’s Hospital Nursery Alliance was formed to improve coordination of care between our team and the team at Arkansas Children’s Hospital. This alliance’s goal is to improve the quality of newborn care through measured outcomes. The Nursery Alliance creates networking and learning opportunities shared between the two entities. It allows us to work together to improve the health and well-being of babies, mothers, and their families.