Delivering Miracles Daily: Maternal Child Services 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 
Every baby is a miracle.

At Twin Cities Community Hospital, we’ve created a special place to nurture the miracle of birth. Skilled obstetrical and newborn care, new hotel-inspired rooms for families, a staff trained to provide a warm environment--Twin Cities brings all these qualities and more to new families.

See for yourself.  We invite you to take a personalized tour of our facilities to experience the nurturing atmosphere. With expert services, Twin Cities guides families throughout the journey of pregnancy, delivery and newborn care. We provide the combination of advanced technology, elegant facilities and a skilled medical and nursing staff to each family experiencing the miracle of new life.  We are with you all the way.

Room Features

Family-centered, quality care is the hallmark of all services for mothers and babies.

  • We have three Labor-Delivery Recovery Rooms, 10 spacious private postpartum rooms for your stay after you have your baby. All rooms are private, spacious and resemble elegant hotel suites.
  • All obstetrical care is exclusively on the third floor of our $60 million hospital tower.
  • With physician approval, our staff is open to each family’s wishes regarding laboring and birth plans.
  • Rooming-in allows baby to stay with their Mothers to support bonding. Fathers or a significant other are welcome to participate and can stay comfortably overnight.
  • Patient rooms feature flat screen TVs, private shower facilities, well-appointed bathrooms.
  • Common areas are beautifully decorated and comfortable.  Photographs of our new arrivals grace the walls.
  • Fathers or a significant other are invited to participate in all aspects of the birth and stay overnight.  Each room has a large chair that converts into a comfortable bed.
  • Flexible visiting hours for your extended family and loved ones.

Education & Consultations 

  • Complimentary classes on childbirth preparation, infant care and breastfeeding.
  • Breastfeeding Consultations are available as an outpatient service to new mothers and infants experiencing nursing challenges.  This is a private, one-on-one session with our lactation specialists.
  • Support Groups including a Postpartum Support Group that meets monthly on the third Wednesday of every month from noon – 1:30pm and a Newborns and Parent Support Group (NAPS) that meets weekly every Monday from 9:30am – 10:30am. No registration required. Free.

Advanced Technology & Training

  • Outpatient testing suites should your physician want to assess you during pregnancy and a specialized Cesarean section room. 
  • Fetal monitoring systems provide advanced clinical support.
  • Capability to identify and treat complicated deliveries
  • All Nursing staff are certified in neonatal resuscitation from techniques per guidelines of the American Academy of Pediatrics and American Heart Association Neonatal Resuscitation Program.
  • Affiliation with the Sierra Vista Regional Medical Center Neonatal Intensive Care Unit for the transport and care of infants requiring that level of care, staff development and 24-hour consultation available for mothers and babies.
  • Each staff member--physicians, nurses, technicians and support personnel--work as a team to create a warm, nurturing environment. 

Celebratory Gourmet Meals

After the birth of each miracle at Twin Cities, parents are congratulated with a complimentary gourmet celebratory meal from the hospital. Breakfast and lunch is served with fresh orange juice, sparkling apple cider & fresh cut fruit. Dinner entrées are served with a side salad with your choice of dressing, a baked potato, seasonal vegetables, cheesecake, sparkling apple cider and your choice of additional beverage. Click the links below to read our gourmet meal options:

 

 

     

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