Department of Women's Health
The Department of Women's Health includes the Women’s Health Clinic (OB/GYN), Labor and Delivery Unit, Mother-Baby Unit and Special Care Nursery. The Department of Women's Health product line provides a wide spectrum of health care by OB/GYN specialty physicians, certified nurse midwives, nurse practitioners, registered nurses, licensed practical nurses, nursing assistants and administrative staff.
Women's Health Calendar of Events: Includes dates for classes about: Breastfeeding, Childbirth Preparation and Daddy Boot Camp. For additional wellness classes please see our current schedule.
Lactation Services : Includes Lactation Support Services Available for Breastfeeding Mothers.
Women’s Health Clinic (OB/GYN)
*** RENOVATIONS ARE COMPLETE!***
The Women’s Health Clinic has moved back into their original location following renovations.
A Building (Visitor’s Entrance), 3rd Floor
Open Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4: 30 p.m.
Injections (Immunizations, Flu, Depo, etc) available 1 – 3 p.m.
Staple Removal & Wound Checks available 8 – 10 a.m.
Phone: 270-798-8151 Fax: 270-461-4111
New OB patients excluding Active Duty Members must have referral from primary clinic and referral should reference a positive quantitive pregnancy test, number of weeks gestation at time of referral, and any known OB risk factors. Prior to being scheduled New OB orientation. Please download and fill out the following documents and bring them with you to your New OB orientation. OB Screening Form 2010.
We Provide Centering Pregnancy
Centering Pregnancy: Centering Pregnancy is a multifaceted model of group care that integrates the three major components of care: health assessment, education, and support, into a unified program within a group setting. Eight to twelve women with similar gestational ages meet together, learning care skills, participating in a facilitated discussion, and developing a support network with other group members.
Through this unique model of care, women are empowered to choose health-promoting behaviors. Health outcomes for pregnancies, specifically increased birth weight and gestational age of mothers that deliver preterm, and the satisfaction expressed by both the women and their providers, support the effectiveness of this model for the delivery of care.
Women’s Health Clinic Phone Options for 270-798-8151
Press 1: To Schedule an OB appointment
Press 2: To Schedule a GYN appointment to include repeat pap smears, LEEP, Colposcopy or active duty profile concerns.
Press 3: For all OB/GYN surgical needs
Press 4: To speak to an OB Nurse Educator
Press 5: To speak to a Lactation Consultant
Press 6: To speak to an Advice Nurse
Press 7: To repeat prompts
Patients are asked to arrive 15 minutes prior to appointment. This allows time for check-in and screening prior to the appointment and maximizes time with the provider. All patients must present their ID cards at check-in. Please arrange for child care prior to OB/GYN appointments. Unattended children are not allowed in the hospital.
After Hours Pregnancy Related Medical Care
Patients with pregnancy related medical concerns who are less than 20 weeks pregnant should report to the Emergency Center for evaluation. Patients with pregnancy related medical concerns who are more than 20 weeks pregnant should report to the Labor and Delivery Unit.
Labor and Delivery
Location: A Building, 2nd Floor
Point of Contact: (270) 798-8219
Inpatient OB care is provided on Labor and
Delivery. During delivery, families are welcome.
Only siblings of the newborn are allowed on the
Labor and Delivery ward. Children may not be left
unattended in the hospital.
Location: A Building, 2nd Floor
Point of Contact: (270) 798-8547
The Mother-Baby Unit provides family-centered maternity and newborn care while meeting the individual needs of mother and baby with minimum disruption and separation. The newborns remain with their mothers. Only siblings of the newborn are allowed in the Mother-Baby Unit. Children may not be left unattended in the hospital. The Mother-Baby Unit has a Special Care Nursery that provides Level 1 care to neonates requiring close observation.
Stork Parking for Expecting Mothers
Expecting mothers at 36 weeks pregnant or more are authorized to use a special "Stork Pass" which allows them to park in marked "Stork Parking" spots near the hospital. The pass is authorized for appointments only and expires on the expiration date written on the pass. The expiration can be extended if necessary. If eligible for a pass, please visit the OB/GYN clinic for more details.