The birthing centers at Aurora offer the quality care that you and your baby need in a specialized and safe environment. Your private labor, delivery and recovery suite provides comfortable furniture and décor, personally regulated lighting and temperature controls, and a television. Several of our locations also offer access to whirlpool tubs.
With your consent, your family members are welcome to share the experience of your child's birth. Your personal choices will be honored whenever possible, and we'll be happy to discuss any special arrangements with you and your doctor to satisfy your unique birthing needs. We also offer flexible visiting hours to better accommodate your individual wishes.
Labor and Delivery
Our labor and delivery teams are experienced in handling both normal and high-risk pregnancies and are supported by the latest equipment and technology to assist with all aspects of birthing and accommodate a variety of birth experiences. Many of our facilities are also staffed by maternal-fetal medicine specialists, doctors with special training in high-risk pregnancy.
The birthing centers are fully equipped with advanced fetal monitoring equipment during labor and delivery. We work with you to achieve the type of birth you desire, including the use of medication and anesthesia, as decided by you and your provider.
Other team members may include:
- Family medicine physicians
- Registered nurses
- Certified lactation consultants
- Certified nurse midwives
- Maternal-fetal medicine specialists
Find a Birthing Center
Use the table below to find a birthing center closest to you.
|Burlington||Women's Care Center||Aurora Memorial Hospital of Burlington|
|Grafton||Birthing Center (Level II NICU)||Aurora Medical Center|
|Green Bay||Women's Center (Level III NICU)||Aurora Baycare Medical Center|
|Kenosha||Family Birth Center (Level II NICU)||Aurora Medical Center|
|Manitowoc County (Two Rivers)||Women's Health Department||Aurora Medical Center|
|Milwaukee||Birthing center (Level III NICU)||Aurora Sinai Medical Center|
|Oshkosh||Birthing Center||Aurora Medical Center|
|Sheboygan||Family Birth Center||Aurora Sheboygan Memorial Medical Center|
|Summit||Birthing Center (Level II NICU)||Aurora Medical Center|
|Walworth County (Elkhorn)||Women and Infant Care||Aurora Lakeland Medical Center|
|West Allis||Birthing Center (Level III NICU)||Women's Pavillion of Aurora West Allis Medical Center|
Neonatal Intensive Care Units
If newborn complications arise, our Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU) are there for your baby at the following three locations:
While a majority of babies are born healthy, our Level II intensive care nurseries are equipped to handle newborn complications with onsite 24/7 neonatal nurse practitioners, nurses who have advanced training and certification in newborn, high-risk care. We have immediate response to any neonatal emergency and are supported by on-call neonatologists 24/7.
Learn about the specific care the a neonatal instensive care unit can provide.