Intermountain St. George Regional Women & Newborn Services will be in their new home for the holidays

Women and Newborn Services at Intermountain St. George Regional Hospital have moved from the 400 East Campus to the new tower on the northwest corner of 1380 East Medical Center Drive and River Road. 

Women in active labor will have designated parking spaces adjacent to the new Women & Newborn Center Main Entrance. Patients, family, and visitors going to labor and delivery on the second floor are to use the public elevators located in the lobby near the main entrance. 

At St. George Regional Hospital our physicians, nurses, and specialists are leading experts in providing the highest quality of care to all women and children. We have both the technology and staff necessary to provide top quality treatment in the fields of obstetrics and gynecology, labor and delivery, newborn intensive care, high risk pregnancies, and women's surgery.

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Labor and Delivery

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Newborn Intensive Care Unit

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Mom and Baby Unit

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