We Welcome You
When it’s time to give birth, you want the best. Mount Sinai’s Women’s and Children’s Services is thrilled that you have chosen us to care for you and your newborn. Life’s greatest miracle is giving birth, and we will do everything possible to ensure that it also will be one of the most positive and memorable experiences of your life.
At The Mount Sinai Hospital, our goal is to provide quality, compassionate care throughout your childbirth experience and beyond. From our caring, knowledgeable team of highly experienced physicians, nurses, and support staff to advanced childbirth technology to your own personalized birth experience, we go above and beyond to meet your expectations.
Our state-of-the-art birthing facilities include the Steven and Alexandra Cohen Center for Labor and Birth and the Jo Carole and Ronald S. Lauder Center for Maternity Care. In addition, we have an alliance with Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, one of the top children’s hospitals in the country, which provides access to the highest level of medical care in fetal medicine for babies prenatally diagnosed with a life-threatening condition.
Delivering Your Baby: Questions and Answers
We understand being able to plan ahead is a high priority for our you. Therefore, we encourage you to review a list of commonly asked questions and answers about delivering your baby at The Mount Sinai Hospital. For further information, call or e-mail Michele Reinbach, 646-531-8612, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether it’s your fourth time or your first, every labor and delivery experience is unique. Our Childbirth Education courses address common concerns that can help you prepare for the Big Day. Topics include:
- Pain management, breathing, and relaxation techniques during labor
- Cesarean birth
- Analgesia and anesthesia options for labor and delivery
- Nutritional needs during pregnancy
- Caring for a newborn