Mercy Birthplace - St. Louis

615 S. New Ballas Road
St. Louis, MO 63141

Main Entrance: Main entrance off Conway Rd.

Phone: (314) 251-6092
Open daily 24 hours
Services are provided by Mercy Hospital St. Louis Learn more »
COVID-19 Birthplace Update

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You wait months for your baby’s arrival. Mercy helps you make the most of your special moment. Our labor and birth suites feature warm, tasteful furnishings, a soothing décor and special comforts to help create a home-like birth experience. For your peace of mind and baby’s safety, your suite is just steps from St. Louis County’s most advanced Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).

A Place Worthy of This Moment

Our spacious labor and birth suites offer:

  • Whirlpool tubs in 17 suites, and multi-jet showers in all rooms to provide comfort and relaxation during labor
  • A generous fold-out couch for your birth partner
  • Wireless, waterproof fetal monitors that allow moms to walk, shower and even bathe during labor while still monitoring their contractions and their baby’s heart rate
  • Birth balls and balance bars to enhance mom’s labor progress
  • An ergonomic recliner and footrest
  • Flat-screen TVs with an auxiliary jack for MP3 players and other electronic devices
  • Free Wi-Fi and plenty of work space for birth partners
  • Nearby waiting areas, designed with families in mind

Interested in a maternity class at Mercy St. Louis? Our experts help you throughout every stage of your pregnancy – before, during and after your child’s birth. 

Low-Intervention Suites

For parents-to-be who’d like a spontaneous, un-medicated birth, we offer two updated, low-intervention suites. Similar to the Mercy Birthing Center environment, these dedicated rooms feature a queen size bed with hotel-inspired linens, and extra room to move about during labor. Patients considering this program are encouraged to attend Natural Birth Preparation childbirth classes.

Mother-Baby Bonding Rooms

After delivery, your new family will move to a recently renovated room where you can recover and get to know your baby.

We’ll be there, too, to answer questions and offer tips on newborn care, like how to bathe or swaddle your baby. Certified lactation consultants are available to help you and your little one establish a good foundation for breastfeeding. Most moms choose to have their baby in their room throughout their visit. That way, your baby is always close by.

Your recovery room is designed for comfort with:

  • Wi-Fi to connect you to family and friends
  • Cable TV with the Newborn Channel and DVD player
  • Light snacks, room service and kitchen for Mom and Dad