The Birth Place Opening Soon at Palmdale Regional Medical Center

Mother holding newborn baby

Discover Where Love Is Born

Palmdale Regional Medical Center will soon welcome expecting mothers to its new obstetrics and maternity unit, the Birth Place, expected to open in Summer 2021. This brand-new, 33,000-square-foot unit will feature:

  • All private labor, delivery and recovery suites
  • Two surgical suites
  • A highly skilled staff
  • Easy drop-off and parking … and more

The Birthplace at Palmdale Regional Medical CenterLearn more about the Birth Place at Palmdale Regional

If you have questions about the Birth Place, please contact us at 661‑382‑6156. You can also add your name to our list and we will keep you updated regarding the opening of the unit and how to register.

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Comfort and Safety

The labor, delivery and recovery suites at the Birth Place will provide a comfortable, homelike setting and will use advanced medical technology. It will be a warm, private place to share this intimate experience with family and friends. The labor and delivery nurses are specialists in childbirth and will provide competent, compassionate care that will make the birth of your child a positive experience.

Baby's Special Care

You can be assured that a trained professional will care for your baby during those times when your baby cannot be with you for medical reasons. The newborn nursery will be staffed and equipped to provide the important care your baby needs.

Get a Sneak Peek of the Birth Place

PRMC Labor and delivery suiteBirth Place front deskBirth Place lobby

Renderings of a patient room, front desk, and lobby of the new Birth Place.

Selecting a Healthcare Provider for Your Child

Before your baby is born, it's important to choose a pediatrician. This provider may visit you and your baby in the hospital for a first health check-up, or you may see him/her after you are released from the hospital.

Tips for Selecting a Pediatrician

When choosing a healthcare provider for your baby, you will want to consider whether he/she accepts your insurance and takes new patients, and whether the doctor’s office has hours, policies and procedures that are in-line with your needs.

To help you select the best provider for your family, we encourage you to ask the following questions:

  • Do you see newborns in the hospital or at the first office visit?
  • How does the practice handle children who are sick? What about after-hours?
  • Are you affiliated with Palmdale Regional Medical Center?
  • How long have you been practicing?
  • Do you have any subspecialties?
  • To become a patient, what paperwork is needed before the baby is born?
  • Do you perform circumcisions? If yes, are they done at the hospital or in the office?

We are proud to grow our services to meet our community’s healthcare needs, and we will soon be ready to help you greet the new love of your life! Discover where love is born at the Birth Place at Palmdale Regional Medical Center.