1500 S.W. 10th Ave.
Topeka, Kan. 66604
Chapter 1 – Your New Beginning
Chapter 2 - Caring For Yourself
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Additional ReadingThe Gift of Motherhood The Gift of Motherhood
Family-oriented, patient-focused care. Beautifully appointed labor/delivery/recovery suites. Comfortable post-partum suites. That’s what you’ll find at Stormont Vail Birthplace. And that’s just part of the experience.
When you decide to deliver at Stormont Vail, you’ll receive a “Gift of Motherhood eBook” QR code and website information card from your physician. The eBook provides information on admission and classes, prenatal care, labor and birth, postpartum care, infant feeding and health and safety. Or if you prefer, hard copy books are available in English and Spanish.
Delivering at Stormont Vail also means you’ll have access to a full range of programs in prenatal, sibling and infant care. And our clinical staff offers a courtesy visit to you and your baby after you’ve gone home. Plus, our Breastfeeding Center provides an excellent support system for mothers who are breastfeeding or bottle-feeding their babies. Center hours: 10 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday and 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Saturday. Need more information? Call The Birthplace at (785) 354-6464.
For more information about the Breastfeeding Center, click here.
Pre-register the birth of your baby here.
Welcome Baby Jubilee
Welcome Baby Jubilee showcases Stormont Vail Birthplace/Neonatal Intensive Care so you can see for yourself why Stormont Vail is the best place to welcome your baby to the world.
Click here for dates and more information.
Shawnee County Pregnancy/Infant Resource Guide for Expectant Mothers.
High 5 for Mom & Baby Campaign
Stormont Vail endorses the High 5 for Mom & Baby Campaign. For more information about the benefits of breastfeeding, go to high5Kansas.org.
Healthy Babies are Worth the Wait
It’s important to wait until 39 weeks to have your baby. Stormont Vail Health strongly supports this initiative by the March of Dimes.