Mom smiling at sleeping newborn baby in hospital

One in five Oregonians begins their life at a Providence facility. Our family-centered approach to childbirth includes personalized care from experts who are dedicated to the health and wellbeing of the entire family.

We want to make this a special experience for you and your family. Your care team works closely with you to meet your needs and keep you informed about the progress of your care.

After you deliver, we teach you how to care for, feed and comfort your newborn. We support you as you learn about your baby's behaviors and sleep and wake cycles. Our registered nurses are experts at helping with breastfeeding. We also have an expert lactation team who can help if needed. We are available for all your questions as you prepare to care for your newborn at home.

Your delivery is supported by a team of providers dedicated to meeting your needs. Our team includes registered nurses, obstetricians, family practice physicians and certified nurse anesthetists and lactation consultants. Many of our nurses hold national certification in the area of childbirth and lactation.

Tour our Facility

While tours are not currently available in person, we invite you to watch this virtual tour.

Labor rooms

Every labor room is equipped for a safe, vaginal birth. If you need a cesarean section, you will be taken to a nearby surgery suite. You will likely recover in a labor room afterwards with your support person and baby.

Each room has a:

  • Private bathroom
  • Bed for you and baby
  • Sleeping chair for your support person
  • Phone and TV
  • Mini-refrigerator
Food and beverage

While in the hospital, you will receive meals. Snacks are also available on the unit. Your support person is offered the option of one meal per day. Visitors may purchase beverages, snacks or meals from the cafeteria and bring those items back to the maternity unit. You are welcome to bring food from home or other restaurants.


Please refer to current visitor policy.

Specialized care

Sometimes pregnancies require specialized care. When unexpected situations arise, your provider has access to a team of Portland-based perinatologists and neonatologists. We are supported by two neonatal intensive care units (NICUs); one at Providence St. Vincent and one at Providence Portland.

Congratulations! This is a very exciting time in your life. To help with your questions, the resources below give information on Providence services, childbirth and parenting classes, tips on selecting a provider for your baby, information on our breastfeeding clinics and more.

Guides, services and classes
Hospital registration, safety and information
Pregnancy and the COVID-19 Vaccines

Get information to help you make a vaccination decision that's best for you and your family.

Have you been pregnant during COVID-19?

We partnered with Woman’s Hospital in Louisiana to understand how the coronavirus is affecting pregnant people’s health, feelings, behaviors, home and work situations. Participate in the online survey to help us study its effects.

  • For Pregnant People
    Help us learn about the health and experiences of being pregnant during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    What to expect
    Complete a first survey to collect information about your health, your pregnancy, your work and childcare changes, and feelings of stress.

    Then, each week during the rest of your pregnancy, document your social distancing practices, any COVID-19 symptoms, and update us on changes to your lifestyle and mental health in a survey.

    Sign up
    Call: 225-231-5275
  • For New Parents
    A survey for people who delivered their babies on or after March 1, 2020.

    What to expect
    You do not have to have completed any surveys during your pregnancy to participate in this survey.
    You complete a one-time survey to collect information about your experience delivering your baby, your health, your pregnancy and feelings of stress.

    Sign up
    Call: 225-231-5275

Congratulations on the arrival of your new baby! The day you take your newborn home is exciting – and probably a little scary. You’ll have lots of questions during the days and months ahead. This page contains a lot of information, but it is not meant as a substitute for professional medical care. If you have questions or concerns, talk with your care provider.

Circle® by Providence

Free pregnancy and parenting app

Circle® is a free pregnancy and parenting app that provides useful health resources, top-notch pregnancy calculator and tools to help track ovulation, weight, blood pressure, and vaccinations. Enjoy easy access to program information, services and classes, too! Plus, when you connect to MyChart through Circle, you will receive appointment reminders for you and your children. Learn more.

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