Maternity at Bethesda North Hospital

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IMPORTANT COVID-19 Coronavirus Updates Regarding Visitor Restrictions

MATERNITY VISITORS FOR DELIVERY ONLY:

One visitor (18 and older) may act as a support person during the labor and post-partum process. All other family/friends/siblings must stay home. This visitor must be screened regarding exposure and without symptoms. Doulas may be present as long as they show proof of their position.

In the case of adoption or surrogacy, one person (18 and older) may be present as a support person for the laboring patient and one person (18 and older) may be present for the baby (adoptive parent or biological parent).

NICU/SCN Visitation:

The visitation list for infants in the Good Samaritan Hospital NICU and Bethesda North Special Care Nursery (SCN) will be limited to Mom and the holder of the second ID bracelet. They can come at the same time. Any time an approved visitor enters the hospital, they will need to bring their ID bracelet with them to help identify that they are an approved visitor. Visitors will then need to undergo screening, which will include both a risk questionnaire and temperature check, prior to being permitted to enter the NICU or SCN. No one under 18 will be allowed in the unit.

Neonatal Follow-up Clinic:

Effective immediately, neonatal follow-up clinic will temporarily close to minimize any non-essential pediatric care within the hospital. Clinic staff will work with pediatrician offices and families to provide guidance by phone as necessary, with the goal of reopening clinic when restricted visitation policies are discontinued.

For the allowed exceptions, these rules apply:

  • No visitors who have recently traveled outside the country are allowed in the building.
  • No one with symptoms of COVID-19 are allowed in patient care areas (fever, cough, respiratory symptoms).
  • All visitors must check in at nurse’s stations and use hand sanitizer upon entry of the patient care area.
  • No minors are allowed inside the hospital.

Comprehensive Maternal Care

TriHealth’s Bethesda North Hospital delivers exceptional care to our patients every day, including award-winning maternity services.Bethesda North Offers:

  • Perinatal Care Certification from the Joint Commission
  • A renovated postpartum unit with 43 rooms
  • Three operating rooms
  • Breastfeeding Care Center–International Board Certified Lactation Consultants can assist mom and baby with a variety of simple and complex breastfeeding problems.
  • A newly renovated 12-bed, Level II Special Care Nursery, with rooming-in availability.
  • The GetWell Network is an interactive health and wellness service that offers patient education regarding baby care, health and safety, and medication management.

See Our Newly Renovated Spaces

Bethesda North Maternity

Bethesda North Hospital Registration

Help us better prepare for your arrival by pre-registering for your delivery. Call 513 569 6600. Registration hours are:

  • Monday through Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Saturday: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

*Have your insurance card available.

You will receive an information packet from your obstetrician or midwife. Please complete and return the paperwork in this packet within one week using the addressed envelope to the hospital. It contains your hospital pre-registration. This information must be placed into an electronic medical record, which cannot be done without your preregistration.

Directions to Bethesda North Hospital Delivery Units

 

  • Enter Bethesda North campus from Montgomery Road.
  • Follow signs for Hospital Parking.
  • Valet parking is available M-F, 5:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at main entrance. (Valet parking is suspended during COVID-19 restrictions)
  • Enter hospital via Main Entrance. (*Between 8 pm - 5 am, must enter through the Emergency Department during COVID-19 restrictions).
  • Take Main Elevators to Level 3.
  • Maternity Registration/Triage desk is right off of the elevators.

Private Rooms and Newly Renovated Maternity Spaces

 
 

 

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