The Maternity Care Center at Woodwinds delivers hundreds of babies every year but we never lose sight that each and every birth is unique. We work closely with you and your health care provider to support the choices you make about your child's birth to ensure your experience is exceptional.
|When the time comes for you to go to the hospital, enter through the hospital's main entrance during the day or the Emergency Care entrance at night. Get more information about where to go and what to bring.|
Besides our highly skilled and caring staff, the Maternity Care Center also offers these amenities and services:
If your baby arrives early or needs specialized care, our Special Care Nursery is open around the clock. We have the advanced equipment necessary to care for infants born at 34 weeks and above.
We’re looking forward to providing you and your family with the most safe and comfortable setting to welcome your newest member.
Take a tour of the Maternity Care Center and find out all of the many reasons why it’s great to be born here. Register online to schedule your tour.Are you pregnant or thinking of becoming pregnant?
If you’re looking for a physician to care for you during the planning phases of your pregnancy, while you're pregnant and after you give birth, we partner with many outstanding health care providers in the area. Find a clinic near you.Should I pre-register with the hospital?
Complete your registration here or call 651-232-5855.What if you need special care for a high-risk pregnancy?
Are you experiencing complications in your pregnancy or are you at risk of experiencing a medically complicated pregnancy? Expecting multiple babies? Do you have a family history of birth defects or genetic conditions? Our physicians work in conjunction with the specialists at University of Minnesota Health Maternal-Fetal Medicine Centers to provide care for pregnant women who are — or who have a high risk of — experiencing a medically complicated pregnancy. Maternal-Fetal Medicine offers care at three metro-area locations in Burnsville, Edina and Minneapolis.