Stardust Birthing Center Video Tour
Obstetrics and Gynecology
At Auburn Community Hospital, we strive to provide compassionate and comprehensive women’s health care by delivering specialized programs with individualized care. Our Obstetrics Program includes all aspects of pregnancy, labor, delivery and post partum care. Our Gynecological Program focuses on the special needs for women beyond obstetrics. Both programs are administered in collaboration with a woman’s primary care provider.
Members of our OB/GYN team include physicians with specialties in obstetrics and gynecology. They’re supported by nurses with special training and all of the other resources of our hospital to provide a comprehensive level of care for any patient need. For the increased safety of our patients and their newborns, many of our nurses are certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS).
OB/GYN services include a range of services to address surgical, post-surgical, delivery, post-delivery, recovery and support needs. They include:
- Comprehensive gynecological surgical and post-surgical care
- Comprehensive labor, delivery, post-partum and newborn care
- The Stardust Community Birthing Center In Memory of John and Irene Bisgrove– a special home like setting for delivering newborns to promote family bonding
- Epidural Anesthesia Services are available in the OB/GYN department 24 hours a day/7days a week
- Caesarian Section surgical procedures are performed in our OB/GYN operating room so that patients requiring this procedure do not have to transfer to a surgical ward
- Childbirth education classes are offered to help prepare you physically and mentally for childbirth and parenting, and to acquaint you with our staff and facilities
- Nationally certified childbirth educators, IBCLC certified lactation consultants and experienced nurses teach the classes
- Content includes hospital orientation and tour, stages of labor and the Lamaze method of childbirth
- Breastfeeding classes are offered from a board certified consultant, for the expectant mothers who have decided to breastfeed or who are considering it
- “And Baby Makes Four” class focuses on preparing older children for the arrival of their new baby
- Mothers Support Group “Do Drop In”is offered ina free weekly gathering where mothers of the community gather to share and support each other and receive breastfeeding guidance and support from a certified lactation consultant
- Hospital Tours are offered and recommended to help expectant mothers feel comfortable with their delivery (included as part of the Childbirth Education Series)
NOTE: All classes are free to patients delivering their newborns at Auburn Community Hospital. A fee is charged for those who choose to deliver at another facility.
At Auburn Community Hospital, our OB/GYN department uses specialized fetal telemetry to help to assure rapid intervention for newborns needing specialized care and an advanced infant security monitoring system.
Hours of Operation
The Stardust Community Birthing Center In Memory of John and Irene
Bisgrove Visiting Hours
Daily: 12:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
NOTE: The Birthing Center is a SECURED UNIT. Siblings of the newborn are invited to visit, but, they must be accompanied by an adult other than the labor coach and delivering mother.
For More Information
For general questions or to request more information about our Obstetrics and Gynecology Department or our educational classes and how to register for them, please contact us at (315) 255-7381.