February 28, 2015

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Women and Children

Welcome to the Vassar Brothers Medical Center web page for Women & Children. The Maternity Center includes a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, luxury maternity suites and a pediatric unit. At Vassar Brothers Medical Center, we have the foundation to care for mothers, newborns and children in a family supported environment with the support of current technology:

  • The largest Maternity Center between New York City and Albany, with more than 2,500 births each year.
  • A broad range of Birthing and Pain Management options.
  • Twenty-four hour On-Site Anesthesiology Services.
  • An OB/GYN Care Center and Prenatal Services designed to ensure access to care for underserved populations.
  • A 15-Bed Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, able to care for high-risk and sick newborns. The Unit is staffed around the clock by Neonatologists and a dedicated staff of Neonatal Nurse Practitioners and Physician's Assistants.
  • Pediatric unit with specialists in cardiology, pulmonology, endocrinology, neurology, hematology/oncology, nephrology, and gastroenterology.
  • The Center for Breastfeeding Support staffed by International Board Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLC) offers private consults to breastfeeding mothers both inpatient and outpatient, as well as telephone support. 
  • A wide variety of Education & Support Programs, including parenting and sibling classes, pre-natal breastfeeding classes, post-partum classes, support groups, and a 24-hour post-discharge information hotline. Vassar Brothers Medical Center is here every step of the way with educational programs and services to meet all your health care needs.

Designed to Deliver

We've built the Mid-Hudson region's most advanced maternity facility.

Ask today's mothers-to-be what they want for their childbirth experience, and the answers are as different as the women themselves. On one issue, however, they're in agreement: They want to be in control throughout their pregnancy, labor and delivery.

In other words, they want choices - about who delivers their baby, how they manage their pain, their position during labor and childbirth, and who is present the moment their child is born.

For more information on the Maternity Center, NICU, the Center for Breast Feeding Support or the Pediatric Center please call 1-877-729-2444.


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