McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital obstetrics services offers a comprehensive array of high-quality obstetrics services and very personal care to assure a positive, comfortable experience. These include recently renovated Labor-Delivery-Recovery rooms to provide a home like atmosphere.
Following your delivery, you will have a private room where you will have the option of having your newborn by your bedside or in the nursery. We have Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultants to assist and support Mom and Baby after delivery as well.
Your Stay / Visitation Policy
- Visitation Hours for Postpartum, GYN and antepartum patients: noon (12 p.m.) to 8 p.m.
- During the labor, delivery and recovery process the patient may have one designated support person, and 2 additional visitors. This may be adjusted to provide quality of care and safety to both mother and infant.
- There are no children allowed in the Labor unit. In the postpartum unit, we welcome family and friends to support the new family with no limit to number of visitors.
- Visiting periods are based upon individual patient preferences with consideration for privacy, safety, and protection of mothers and newborns.
- Visiting guidelines may be altered at any time due to illness trends in the community (i.e., RSV/Flu Season).
- Visitation during the postpartum stay may be determined in order to provide quality care to both mother and infant. This may be decided and altered by mom and/or any member of the health care team at any time.
In cooperation with your physician or midwife, McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital offers "Baby Bound," a prenatal education program in which an obstetrical registered nurse, or identified as the Baby Bound Nurse, will meet with you once or twice during pregnancy at no charge.
The visits will include guidelines for caring for yourself and your baby throughout the pregnancy, delivery, and after the delivery. We will:
- Assess for pregnancy and delivery risk factors.
- Provide access to support services.
- Offer guidelines for nutrition.
- Discuss pain management options during labor.
- Discuss newborn feeding options.
- Provide extensive breastfeeding education and support.
- Discuss care of your newborn.
- Provide you with information on all of our perinatal programs.
- In addition, we will help you complete preadmission forms and other necessary paperwork. This will allow you to spend quality time with your family before and after the birth of your child.
Participation in the program will help you be informed and prepared during this exciting time.
A Baby Bound Nurse contacts participants by phone and/or letter to arrange their first visit. Call (513) 524-5689 or email obscheduling@mhmh.TriHealth.com for information or scheduling.
For more information, please call the obstetrics department at (513) 524-5477.
McCullough Hyde Memorial Hospital Obstetrics Department received the Anthem Blue Distinction Award in 2023 for demonstrating expertise and a commitment to quality care for deliveries.