Utah Valley Hospital knows babies. More babies are born here each year than at any other hospital in the state. Our caring and knowledgeable Women and Newborn team members work with you and your doctor to help you have the birthing experience you desire.

Giving Birth at Our Hospital

Each birth is special and we want to help you make it as memorable and precious as it should be. If you are considering giving birth at our hospital, or are planning on delivering here, please review the following topics so you are familiar with the services we provide and are prepared for your baby's big arrival.

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Prepare for Your Delivery

Get ready for the birth of your baby by learning how to prepare for delivery at Utah Valley Hospital.
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Labor & Delivery

The Labor & Delivery team works with you to provide the birthing experience you desire.

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High-Risk Pregnancy

Maternal fetal medicine specialists at Utah Valley Hospital assist mothers who need extra attention during their pregnancy.
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Mom & Baby Care

After the birth of your baby, our mom & baby care team provides support and treatment to assist with recovery, and to get your baby off to a healthy start.
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Breastfeeding Support

Our staff is trained to provide breastfeeding support to mothers who want to breastfeed their babies.

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Mothers' Milk Donation

Help babies throughout Utah by donating your excess breast milk to the Mother's Milk Bank.
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Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

With the largest Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in the state, Utah Valley Hospital offers specialized care for infants and their families.

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Visitation Policy

Learn about the visitation policies and guidelines for the birth of your baby at our hospital.