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Labor and delivery

Just as every baby is unique, so is every delivery. As your trusted care partner, we work to provide a personalized birthing experience that begins long before your first contraction and continues well after delivery.

Childbirth services in Davie, Florida

Welcoming your little one into the world is a memory of a lifetime. At HCA Florida University Hospital, we're here to help make that experience a safe, special and joyous occasion for your entire family.

Our experienced maternity care team provides comprehensive, family-centered support throughout your labor, delivery and recovery at our hospital. We use the latest obstetric and neonatal technology and provide a safe, comfortable environment for you to bond with your little one.

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Comprehensive maternity services

Our labor and delivery unit offers:

  • A highly skilled team of specially trained doctors, nurses and other providers
  • Family-centered maternity care
  • High-risk pregnancy care
  • Accommodation of a variety of childbirth preferences
  • Pain management services available 24/7
  • Nine labor and delivery suites equipped with advanced obstetric technology
  • Two dedicated operating suites for cesarean sections (C-sections)
  • Breastfeeding support
  • Online pre-registration
  • Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) with 32 beds
  • Celebratory dinner for new parents
  • Wireless internet
  • Newborn photography
  • Skin to skin and rooming-in encouraged

Personalized labor and delivery support

When the big day comes, our team will be by your side throughout your labor and birth experience. We tailor our care to your needs, respecting your unique birth preferences while ensuring you and your baby are safe and healthy.

Additionally, our labor, delivery and recovery rooms provide ample space and are equipped with advanced fetal, obstetric and neonatal technology. This allows us to provide a comfortable, safe place where you can experience childbirth your way.

Neonatal intensive care

If your baby needs extra care after birth, we can provide immediate care in our Level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). Here, our neonatal doctors and nurses deliver highly specialized care to our tiniest patients.

Postpartum care

After you give birth, our maternity team continues to support you and your baby with family-centered postpartum care. We are here to help you begin your recovery, learn to breastfeed (if you'd like) and learn to care for your new baby with confidence.

Postpartum depression support

Pregnancy and birth are wondrous and life-changing experiences. As such, many women experience the "baby blues" after birth, which may be described as feelings of sadness and fatigue. However, if these feelings last for more than a short time, it could be postpartum depression.

If you feel you may have postpartum depression, you're not alone. Postpartum depression is common. In fact, about one in eight women report having postpartum depression symptoms.

We recommend talking with your OB/GYN or nurse if you experience postpartum depression symptoms, as they can help you get the support and resources you need to feel better. Seeking help is the first step to feeling like yourself again.

Reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)

Some tips to remember after you give birth to your little one

  • Always place your baby on their back to sleep, for naps and at night.
  • Place your baby on a firm sleep surface, such as on a safety Dash-approved crib mattress, covered by a fitted sheet.
  • Keep soft objects, toys, and loose bedding out of your baby's area. 
  • Do not allow smoking around your baby. 
  • Keep your baby's sleep area close to, but separate from, where you and others sleep. 
  • Think about using a clean, dry pacifier when placing your infant down to sleep. 
  • To learn me about the Back to Sleep campaign, visit safetosleep.nichd.nih.gov.

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Our Labor and delivery Locations

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University Hospital
3476 S University Dr.
Davie, FL 33328
 (954) 475 - 4400

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University Hospital
3476 S University Dr.
Davie, FL 33328
 (954) 475 - 4400
Northwest Hospital
2801 N State Road 7
Margate, FL 33063
 (954) 974 - 0400

13.1 miles

Mercy Hospital
3663 S Miami Ave
Miami, FL 33133
 (305) 854 - 4400

23.4 miles