MountainView Hospital has expanded its Women’s Services unit to better serve our patients and their families. The new 10-bed expansion will open to patients Wednesday, April 6.

The dedicated 10-bed unit is on the third floor, adjacent to our labor and delivery, postpartum and antepartum rooms. This brings the Women’s Services department to 27 private-postpartum beds in total.

“Women are choosing MountainView Hospital for their birthing experience as they have come to equate quality, compassionate care and a positive birth experience with MountainView,” said Matthew Cova, MountainView Hospital Interim Chief Executive Officer. “With this latest expansion, we are able to provide the highest level of care for patients, in a warm and welcoming environment.”

The new rooms are part of a legacy of expansion at MountainView Hospital to meet the needs of the community. An expanded Women’s Services unit opened in 2018, following a remodel of the Labor & Delivery unit, which includes eight private birthing suites, four-bed triage and eight private antepartum rooms offering care for high-risk deliveries. In early 2019 MountainView opened its Level III NICU to meet the needs of the growing northwest community.

MountainView’s Level III NICU is a 24-bed unit that cares for our littlest patients in a secure, family-friendly environment.

To learn more about what MountainView’s Women Services has to offer, please visit us for more information and a virtual tour.