You’re almost ready to meet your new little one! Our Labor and Delivery team is ready to help you every step of the way. Generations of Idaho families have relied on St. Luke’s when it matters most. Our combination of caring providers and advanced maternity medicine has helped thousands of babies enter the world. Our dedicated team makes having a baby as smooth as possible for your growing family.
Take a few minutes to complete the pre-admission process for your delivery at St. Luke's. We recommend you do this at least six weeks ahead of your due date.
Call (208) 381-9000 Monday through Friday between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m. to pre-register for your delivery; sign up for pregnancy, birth, and parenting classes; or to find a pediatrician for your baby.
Especially if you’re a first-time mom, you may wonder how you’ll know when to go to the hospital. If you have any of the following signs of labor, call your doctor or go to St. Luke’s Labor and Delivery and we will call your doctor for you when you arrive:
Our focus on family-centered care means you can count on safety, security, comfort, and expert care for you, your baby, and your family.
Your St. Luke’s Meridian care team supports you in your individual choices to have the childbirth experience you desire. Our focus on family-centered care means you can count on safety, security, comfort, and expert care for you, your baby, and your family.
Families are at the heart of the Family Care Unit at St. Luke’s Nampa. Suites are designed so mothers, babies, and families can be together throughout the birth experience. Even babies needing intensive care room in with their parents.
Pregnant women with COVID-19 can have severe illness and severe outcomes, including ICU admission, mechanical ventilation, and death.
That's why St. Luke’s OB/GYN providers recommend the COVID-19 vaccine for people who are pregnant, breastfeeding or trying to get pregnant. More than 139,000 pregnant women have enrolled in the V-Safe Pregnancy Registry. Data shows there is no risk of miscarriage associated with the vaccines.
COVID-19 vaccines do not cause infection; they do prevent severe illness from COVID-19, which is dangerous for a pregnant woman and her fetus. Maternal infection with the virus is associated with an increased risk of preterm delivery and stillbirth. Vaccinated mothers who are breastfeeding transmit antibodies that may help protect their newborns.
This one-day class helps you and your support companion prepare for labor and childbirth.<br />
This class will help you and your support companion prepare for your labor, birth, and postpartum experience.<br />
Thinking about having a baby? A little bit of planning can make this exciting time as joyous and stress-free as possible.
Preparing for a new baby is one of the most exciting times in your life, and St. Luke’s is here to help you get ready.
We’re here for you and your new baby every step of the way. Find out why having a baby is different at St. Luke’s.
The first six weeks after delivery during which a new mom recovers and bonds with her baby.