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Maternity Center

At It's a Wonderful New Life Maternity Center, our goal is to make your birthing experience a joyful event. Our highly skilled and dedicated staff are devoted to providing high-quality care to you and your baby. We are staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and are located on the fifth floor of the main hospital.

Our labor/delivery area consists of three birthing rooms, a labor room, a recovery room and operating room. Scheduled and emergency cesarean sections are performed on the unit by skilled operating room staff.

After delivery and recovery, you will be transferred to one of our 12 private rooms in the postpartum unit. Your baby will be taken to our newborn nursery to be admitted and bathed and then brought to your room. Your baby can remain in the room with you as much as you choose. Visiting hours are from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Our Maternity Center has a certified lactation consultant on staff to provide education and support to breastfeeding mothers.

For information about our prenatal and family programs offered, please check listings under Family Programs.

Cord Blood Donation and Collection

Indiana Regional Medical Center has partnered with Magee-Women’s Hospital of UPMC to help save lives through cord blood donation. The cord blood program gives parents an option to preserve their baby's umbilical cord blood for public use, for future personal health care needs or research. Please visit the following link for more information on cord blood donation and what it is used for www.danbergercordblood.org.

Contact Us

It's a Wonderful New Life Maternity Center

Lori Hennessey, RN

Phone: 724.357.7060

Hours: 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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