The Birthing Center at Tuomey Regional Medical Center is so much more than just a place to have a baby. It is the peace of mind that comes from experienced staff with the expertise in emergent care needed to take care of you and your little one in the event of a challenging birth. It is the comfort and convenience of luxurious private birthing suites that provide the utmost in personalized care to you during your labor and delivery. The Birthing Center at Tuomey Regional Medical Center is a great place for your baby’s first moments. To see for yourself, take a virtual tour of the center at Baby Central.
Our obstetrical staff is among the finest anywhere and is equipped to
handle virtually any birthing situation, from routine to high-risk.
Tuomey's Level II Neonatal Intermediate Care Nursery means your baby is
in good hands. We also offer a complete range of services designed to
help you and your family adjust to the challenges of a newborn. Our
series of prenatal classes for Mom include Early Pregnancy, Labor and
Delivery and Prepared Childbirth. For boys and girls, we offer a siblings class to help them learn what to expect with the arrival of a baby brother or sister.
Our educational care doesn't stop after the birth of your child, however. Additional classes available at Tuomey include Baby Basics, Taking Care of Yourself After Birth, Breastfeeding and Car Seat Installation.
If you have any questions about Birth Certificate or Paternity Establishment, click here.
For your daily women's healthcare needs, Tuomey offers an accredited
full field digital Mammography department. The only mammography
department in a 60 mile radius that provides digital mammography, our
department is fully equipped to handle any type of biopsy (Stereotactic
breast biopsy, core biopsy, needle localization and cyst aspiration) you
might need. We provide a variety of services, including screening
mammography, diagnostic mammography, breast ultrasound and breast MRI.
And our breast care coordinator ensures patients with any problems will
be seen in a 48 hour time period.