The Vision of the PCH District is to be the
Best Place to Get Care and the Best Place to Give Care.
A Warm, Inviting Birth Place
Our rooms were designed for an important function, but the details are what will make all of the difference during and after your birthing experience. Warm colors and comfortable, modern decor combined with plenty of space for visitors make PCH a very easy choice.
Services that go above and beyondWeb Nursery
Babies' first pictures taken by a professional photographer, made available to view for your family and friends. To visit our web nursery click here.
Wireless internet access along with DVD players located in each room.
Your family is welcome at any time and how long they stay, is your choice. And you'll be comforted to know that we have several security procedures in place at the hospital to ensure the safety of mother and baby.
Help even after you return home
Our nurses are available to you even after you go home. New mothers can call nurses with questions at any time. Just call 402-385-4066
Ask lots of questions
We encourage mothers-to-be to ask lots of questions. We hope you'll find an opportunity to talk to other mothers who have delivered at PCH and welcome you to tour our facility. Sharing knowledge and experience is a cornerstone of good parenting, and that happens before and after the baby is born.
A complete maternity experiencePender Community Hospital strives to offer a complete array of maternity and birthing services. While we believe our talented and devoted staff is our greatest strength, a complete maternity experience does not stop there. PCH offers you:
Prenatal classes to help you prepare for motherhood. When you choose to have your baby at PCH, there is no additional cost for these. To view the Prenatal Classes Calendar click here.
A level I nursery provides mothers extra assurance. This designation means we can take care of newborns with a wide variety of special care needs, respiratory difficulties or low blood sugar.
The ability to deliver and care for twin births.
Fetal monitors and other state-of-the-art equipment.
Excellent, experienced mother/baby nurses on hand to help in everything from delivery to breastfeeding.
Medical staff always in-house or on call in case of any emergency needs from mother or baby.
Coordination with regional Neonatal Intensive Care Units to give mothers peace of mind in case a newborn needs to be transferred quickly because of complications.
Anesthesia providers available 24 hours, seven days a week should delivering mothers need pain relief during labor.
Certified Lactation Counselor available for breastfeeding assistance.