Mercy Childbirth Center - Washington

Part of Mercy Hospital Washington
901 E. Fifth Street
Washington, MO 63090

Main Entrance: Main Hospital Entrance, North side of building


Phone: (636) 239-8500
Fax: (636) 239-8577
Hours:
Open daily 24 hours
Services are provided by Mercy Hospital Washington Learn more »
COVID-19 Birthplace Update

Changes have been made at Mercy Hospital - Washington to protect our patients, the community and our co-workers. Read our COVID-19 FAQs here.

You wait months for your baby’s arrival. Mercy helps you make the most of your special moment. At Mercy Childbirth Center - Washington our private labor and birth suites feature warm, tasteful furnishings, a soothing décor and special comforts to help create a home-like birth experience.

A Place Worthy of This Moment

Our private, all-in-one labor, birth and recover suites offer:

  • A generous fold-out couch for your birth partner
  • An ergonomic recliner and footrest
  • Access to wireless, waterproof fetal monitors that allow moms to walk and even shower during labor while still monitoring their contractions and their baby’s heart rate
  • Flat-screen TVs with inputs 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

NICU for High-Risk Situations

For critically ill babies needing advanced medical care, our specially trained NICU transport team is there to help. The team travels by land or helicopter to bring infants to the Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Mercy Children’s Hospital, where babies receive the highest level of neonatal care in St. Louis County.

The NICU transport team typically includes a neonatal nurse and respiratory therapist. At times, they may be joined by a neonatologist or neonatal nurse practitioner. Our “mobile NICU” team uses specialized equipment to stabilize the baby while communicating with doctors and nurses at Mercy Children’s Hospital to prepare them for the baby’s arrival.

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