Labor and Delivery

RPMH is committed to making sure our patients and their newborns feel loved and cared for.

Having a baby … Here is what you need to know.

Welcoming a new member of the family to the world is one of the happiest times of any family’s life. However, it can be overwhelming and stressful if you don’t have all the information. Rest assured that our team at RPMH has the training, technology, and experience to make having a baby the joyful time it should be.

It is all about the mother and the new baby at RPMH. We do everything we can to go beyond a family’s expectations of experience, individual care, safety, and comfort.

Safety and Special Care

Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital is committed to make sure our patients and their newborns feel safe and cared for. Our Level I obstetrical facility offers an established triage system for identifying high-risk patients requiring transfer to Level II and Level III facilities.

On site we offer:

  • Diagnosis and treatment of potential or unanticipated maternal-fetal complication that may occur during labor, delivery and postpartum.
  • Anesthesia for epidural/spinal pain control.
  • Radiology, ultrasound, electronic fetal monitoring, and laboratory services available 24 hours a day.
  • Antenatal care and teaching programs.
  • Newborn Hearing Screening program.

Here’s a short list of suggested items that you may want during your stay:

Things You Will Need to Bring to Labor and Delivery
  • Driver’s license or ID card
  • Insurance card or information
  • Phone, camera, and their charging cables
Things that May Keep You Comfortable during Labor
  • A deck of cards, books, magazines, music, tablet, etc.
  • Bathrobe or labor gown
  • Labor support tools
  • Comfy slippers/socks (skid-proof)
  • Aromatherapy oils and/or diffuser
  • Snacks for your partner
Things that May Keep You Comfortable in the Hospital
  • Comfy pajamas and lounging clothes (preferably with button fronts)
  • A comfortable going-home outfit for you and the baby (Remember, you will still appear about 4-5 months pregnant when you leave, so bring comfy clothes)
  • Toiletries (hair clips, toothpaste, deodorant, shampoo, hair dryer, etc.)
  • Snacks for you and your partner
  • A few changes of clothes for your partner
  • Your favorite pillow (Put a colored cover on it to distinguish from the hospital pillows)
  • Speaker for music
  • Laptop or iPad
Things that You May Want to Bring
  • Onesies for baby
  • Extra mittens or hats
  • Muslin blanket (breathable cotton)
  • Infant car seat (Don’t bring it to the room until prior to discharge)
  • Extension cord
  • Large, high-waisted underwear
  • Nursing supplies, such as nursing bras/tanks, pads, breastfeeding pillow, etc.
  • Pacifier, if desired
  • Nail file
Things that Are Provided for Baby in the Hospital
  • Diapers
  • Wipes
  • Blankets
  • Onesie
  • Infant Hat
  • Formula, if desired
  • Pacifier, if desired
Things that Are Provided for Moms in the Hospital
  • Sanitary pads
  • Mesh underwear
  • Hospital gown
  • Skid-free socks
  • Breast pump, if needed
This is the view as soon as you walk into our remodeled Labor and Delivery Department
Our all-in-one rooms give you the chance to have one room for your whole stay.
When family has to wait for your miracle to arrive, they will be able to wait in our new waiting room.
When your newest family member needs to come to the nursery, we have everything they could ever need.
We love it when your baby can sleep next to you in their own bed.
Our large rooms makes it easy to share a room with your new roommate.
Our newly remodeled bathrooms make it as close to home as possible
Our all-in-one beds helps us take care of your new baby effectively and efficiently.
A great treat after all the hard work you put in to get to this point.
Celebration Meals for our new families.
Our dietary department cooks the meals in-house for our patients.
Let us treat you to a date night after all of your hard work.

Our Team

Sara Reynolds

Director, Labor and Delivery
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