Our Labor and Delivery suites at LDS Hospital are state-of-the-art spaces for families giving birth. Beautiful, spacious, and serene; the labor rooms are also equipped with everything needed for the safety and comfort of mother and newborn.
All rooms are equipped with a newborn resuscitation area, sleeper couch, TV and DVD player, and table and chairs. All rooms have tubs (some jetted) or showers in the private bath.
The staff is committed to providing the highest level of expert, compassionate obstetrical care. Our providers are caring, experienced obstetricians, family doctors, and certified nurse-midwives.
We support patients in their desire for an individualized experience and do everything possible to accommodate their needs and wishes.
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Services for pregnant patients include:
- Complete labor and delivery services
- 24 hour anesthesia coverage
- Maternal Fetal Medicine services adjacent to the labor and delivery area
We deliver pregnant patients from 32 weeks gestation and up. We are proficient in all aspects of labor and delivery, including:
- Vaginal deliveries
- C-section deliveries
- VBACs (Vaginal Birth After Cesarean Section)
Labor & Delivery Pre Registration
- Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Direct: (801) 387-7667
- Toll-Free: 800-308-1988
- Fax: (801) 387-7656
Coming to the Hospital
What you should bring to the hospital:
- Nightgown (front-opening styles are easier for breast-feeding)
- Bras (nursing style if you plan to breast-feed your baby)
- Cosmetics and toiletries
- Birth announcements, writing paper, and pen
- Camera, film, and extra batteries
- Clothes for you and your baby to wear home. For your baby, we suggest you bring a shirt, gown, receiving blanket, and a heavier blanket (depending on the weather.) For you, clothes that fit in mid-pregnancy are usually best.
What you shouldn't bring:
- Any personal valuables, such as, jewelry, credit cards, or cash
A Note About Early Inductions:
Artificially induced deliveries have become an accepted way to make childbirth fit busy personal schedules, but at Intermountain Healthcare we've found that babies induced at 38 weeks are twice as likely to end up in the NICU and five times as likely when induced at 37 weeks. That is why at Dixie Regional, labor will not be induced prior to 39 weeks gestation unless medically necessary. It's part of our commitment to provide safe and efficient care for both mother and baby. Please read our elective induction fact sheet
for more information.
Childbirth Education Classes
We offer a variety of classes to help you enjoy a healthy pregnancy and to help prepare you for the birth of your baby. Core classes are offered at each campus, while specialty programs may be taught at one hospital location.
With classes filling quickly, we recommend that you register at the beginning of the second trimester of your pregnancy. For more information on our programs, or to register by phone, please call (801) 507-7731.
Tours of our Labor & Delivery units are available on Wednesday evenings at 6 p.m. Please call (801) 408-3460 or (801) 408-2457 for more information.