The Birth Place
The Birth Place
Get ready for one of the most memorable events of your lifetime – the grand entrance of your newborn. At Providence Sacred Heart Birth Place, you make the birth plan for your baby. And our highly skilled doctors and nurses will support your labor of love in any way you wish.
To help you feel at home, we provide comfortable birth rooms with a bed, jacuzzi bathtub, rocking chair, birthing balls, TV, music player and a day bed for your support person. If you choose to have anesthesia, our anesthesiologists or nurse anesthetists are here for you 24 hours a day.
When your baby is born, you’ll hear the sound of chimes softly ringing throughout the Birth Place.
To take a peek at the Providence Sacred Heart Birth Place, watch this video tour.
Please register in advance for your upcoming delivery.
Depending on your needs and wishes, your care team at Providence Sacred Heart Birth Place may include:
- Nurse anesthetist
- Lactation consultant
We also offer the Antepartum Unit for women having difficulty in pregnancy and the region’s only Level IV Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) for newborns who need specialized care. And right next door are specialty providers at Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital, the only hospital in this area dedicated to caring for kids.
Safety and security
We take care of you and your baby’s safety. All visitors must sign in, wear identification bands and receive a visitor pass every day they visit.
Breastfeeding provides ideal nutrition for your little one, but for many mothers and babies, it takes a little practice and patience. At Providence Sacred Heart Birth Place, our nurses and lactation consultants help you with:
- Babies with special needs
- Comfortable positioning
- Correct attachment
- Other common breastfeeding challenges
After you leave the hospital, our lactation consultants are available for phone consultations or personal appointments at the Women’s Center. Fees for this service may be paid, in full or in part, by your insurance. We are committed to helping you breastfeed your baby successfully. For support, call 509-474-2400 or 877-474-2400 (toll free).
At Providence Sacred Heart Birth Place, we offer a wide range of classes to support you before and after your baby is born.
Discover your body’s natural physical signs of fertility. The Natural Method of Family Planning can help you space out or avoid pregnancies. NFP is also helpful for low-fertility couples who would like to achieve a pregnancy. The basic course consists of one class each month for three consecutive months. To learn more about Natural Family Planning, or to register for classes, call 509-474-2400 or send us an email.
Connect with other new moms, get a little reassurance and enjoy a few laughs at our mother-baby support group in Spokane, Washington.
Providence Holy Family Hospital
Health Education Center
5633 North Lidgerwood St
Spokane, WA 99208 | Map & Directions
Thursdays: 12- 1 p.m.
Celebrate the birth of your new baby by placing their footprint on the Precious Beginnings wall where they were born in the Providence Sacred Heart Birth Place or the Family Maternity Center at Providence Holy Family Hospital. Your $125 tax-deductible donation purchases a commemorative wall tile plus a keepsake gift of either a matching tile with brass easel or a glass ornament.
At Providence Sacred Heart Birth Place, we offer you the opportunity to have newborn and family pictures taken by a professional photographer.
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.
Looking for a pediatrician?
We understand that keeping children well is as important as caring for them when they’re sick.
From routine checkups, sports physicals, and sniffles to more serious matters, our pediatricians know kids.