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Maternity Services

From the moment you choose our maternity services, you and your family are embarking on a memorable journey. We're here for you during your pregnancy, at your baby's birth, and beyond. Our services are designed to promote a healthy pregnancy, a safe delivery, and provide support after you leave the hospital.

Our specially trained nurses and birthing suites offer all the comforts of home, as well as the latest technology. You also have the peace of mind in knowing that our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is close at hand should your newborn require specialized treatment.

Our childbirth team promote skin-to-skin contact between mother and baby of you as soon as possible. Early skin-to-skin helps you bond and breastfeed. You and your baby will “room in” together for your hospital stay, unless you need special medical care.

Our nurses and lactation consultants will assist you and guide you if challenges come up .


Updated San Antonio Regional Hospital Visitor Policy - Effective October 7, 2022

The California Department of Public Health has updated the visiting policy for COVID-19.  Visitors to healthcare facilities are no longer required to provide proof of vaccination or a negative test.  However, visitors must continue to wear a face mask when visiting loved ones in a hospital or other healthcare setting.

  • 2 support persons may remain with you during labor and delivery stay.

  • If you are here for possible labor, one support person may accompany you.  Once you are admitted, your second support person can come in when you are in labor. Your car seat should remain in the car until discharge.

  • Your support person and you must wear a mask when staff or other team members are present in the room.  This is for your protection as well as the protection of the hospital's team members.
  • After delivery, and prior to transfer to post-partum, only one support person is allowed at your bedside for the remainder of your stay. You may change out the support person but only one can remain in the room at one time. 
We are committed to providing you and your family with safe, quality care and making your stay as pleasant as possible during these challenging times. Thank you for your understanding.

Just a Reminder

By the seventh month of your pregnancy, you will want to:

  • Pre-register with our maternity liaison at 909.920.4826 from 7:30 am to 4:00 pm.

    All classes are virtual, distance learning classes. Pre-registration is required.

    You don't have a pediatrician? Let us help you! Click here to Find a Physician.