WHERE WE DELIVER & OPERATE
Washington Regional Medical Center
We are proud to operate and deliver in the Women and Infants Center at Washington Regional Medical Center. This expansive campus offers our patients the peace of mind, knowing you can have all of your medical needs taken care of from pregnancy, birth, and postpartum, all in one building.
See below for the specific features each floor of the Women and Infants Center offers its patients.
On the ground floor of the Women and Infants center you will find a registration area and Parkhill Clinic for Women.
The first floor of the Women and Infants center has 13 triage stations and 28 private mother-baby rooms, including 6 antepartum rooms with fetal monitoring capability for extended-stay obstetric patients, and infant warmers. The first floor also has 17 labor & delivery rooms, a labor & delivery family waiting area, a team room where patients can meet with a multidisciplinary care team for discharge instructions and guidance, and a sandwich counter open to public.
The second floor of the Women and Infants center offers care for gynecology patients and pediatrics patients, exam rooms for pediatric procedures and gynecological exams, a family waiting area, a team room that can be used by pediatrics patients who have long hospital stays – allows for tutoring or catching up on schoolwork, and Xbox One gaming consoles for pediatrics patients.
Level 3 – NICU
The third floor of the Women and Infants center has a 34-bed Neonatal Intensive Care Unit – the largest in Northwest Arkansas with the highest level of care available in the region for fragile newborns, private patient rooms that allow parents to stay with their newborn while in the NICU, rooms for Twins/Multiples, 2 open-bay NICU areas with a viewing window, a NICU parent lounge that provides lockers, showers and sleep chairs, Angel Eye cameras that allow families to easily view their baby when they have to be away from the bedside, a dedicated pharmacy for patients of the Women and Infants Center, and a family waiting area. Plus a Milk Lab, staffed by specially trained technologists, that provides a centralized location for storing moms’ expressed breast milk, as well as a sterile preparation space for adding any extra nutrients an infant might need,
The fourth floor of the Women and Infants center has education rooms for community classes such as breastfeeding support, daddy boot camp, sibling class and infant CPR, as well as staff specialty training, lactation consulting rooms, and the Ronald McDonald House.
Ronald McDonald House
The Ronald McDonald House includes six overnight guest rooms with private baths, a living room, playroom, dining room, laundry room, and kitchen with a fully stocked pantry.