After the birth of your baby, the Utah Valley Hospital Mother/Baby (Mom/Baby) maternity care team provides support and treatment to assist you with recovery, and to get your baby off to a healthy start. Our focus is on helping you rest and bond with your newborn.
Our staff members are highly trained and use research-based practices to take care of a variety of conditions for the safety of mothers and newborns. The Mother/Baby Unit is a secure unit that uses the TotGuard system to help protect you and your baby. You will be provided a special room code that visitors will need to enter the unit.
We partner with you regarding your care, pain management, and the care of your newborn. If you have a preference for your care, please let us know and we'll work to accommodate your needs. Some of the highlights of our unit include:
For first time moms and experienced moms, the birth of a baby is a big change. See how you can take care of yourself after you leave the hospital.
Our mom & baby care team provides education and information to help prepare you on how to best take care of yourself and your newborn.
Many moms have a support person with them through their hospital stay. This support person can help moms in a number of ways.
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