Congratulations! The birth of a baby is one of the most exciting events in anyone's life. But, it does require planning. One of the biggest decisions is where you will go for the delivery. Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System has worked to build the delivery journey you and your baby deserve.
We are thrilled to assist you and your family throughout your pregnancy and delivery experience and with the care of your newborn. We are honored that you have chosen to share this monumental life event with us.
Comprehensive Services to Support Your Birth Experience
We offer prenatal and delivery services at both Spartanburg Medical Center and Spartanburg Medical Center – Mary Black Campus.
Spartanburg Medical Center is a Baby-Friendly® acute care hospital with a Level III NICU and an OB Laborist program to ensure a qualified professional is on-site every day, 24 hours a day, ready to care for you and your newborn.
Both locations also provide comprehensive lactation services to help you and your baby get off to a great start with breastfeeding.
Prepared Families Classes and Tours
Our specially designed “Prepared Families” maternity and parent education program prepares you and your family for your baby’s birth and what to expect when you come home with your newborn. Our family educational program offers a full range of classes and a wealth of knowledge that will ease your journey to parenthood or, for experienced parents, refresh your memory.
While You’re in the Hospital
Having a baby is an exciting time – and we work hard to make it a positive and comfortable experience for you, your baby and your loved ones. Read our guidelines related to family and friends visitation. If your loved ones have an interest in taking photographs or video during your labor and childbirth experience, please direct them to our photography and videography guidelines.
Are you thinking about which contraceptive you’ll be using after you deliver your baby? Talk to your healthcare provider about your options, or call 864-560-2294 for information about our long-acting reversible contraceptive (LARCs) program. The LARC (long-acting reversible contraceptive) program’s goal is to provide education to qualifying individuals whom may benefit from LARC services.
Sometimes a condition during pregnancy – such as premature rupture of membranes or premature labor – may require a hospital stay. If you need antepartum (before childbirth) care, you can be assured that you and your baby will be in excellent hands in our Level III perinatal center at Spartanburg Medical Center and our Family Birthing Center at Spartanburg Medical Center – Mary Black Campus. Patients stay in a room on the labor and delivery unit.
If you have questions about any of our services, do not hesitate to ask your doctor or call 864-560-BABY (2229). We are here to help prepare you for your delivery experience in whatever way we can.