Let us help deliver your special moment
Whether you are planning for a precious baby girl or welcoming a bouncy baby boy, we are here to help you through your pregnancy with our maternity and childbirth services at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Marble Falls.
Texas Ten Step designation
Since 2015 Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Marble Falls has received Texas Ten Step Program facility designation from the Texas Department of State Health Services for improving the health of newborns and infants. The Texas Ten Step Program encourages breastfeeding as the preferred method of feeding for newborns and infants, and designated facilities provide information and tools to support new mothers and their decision to breastfeed.
Our labor and delivery services
We offer three labor suites and eight private postpartum rooms. Babies stay with their mothers through out their stay.
Our lactation consultants provide inpatient consultations and continuous support for breastfeeding throughout your stay. And when you go home, we will call you to follow up and offer outpatient visits as needed.
Get a 360 view of our labor and delivery services in Marble Falls
- Three private labor and delivery rooms
- Eight postpartum beds
- Surgical suite located within labor and delivery to accommodate caesarean (C-section) births
- Three triage/outpatient test and treatment rooms
- Secured unit for your safety and the safety of your newborn baby
- Open visitation 24 hours a day when mom and baby are in labor and delivery
- Plenty of room for birthing partner to stay with mother and baby in our large suites
- Private bathroom with shower
- Phone and cable TV
- Wi-Fi access available throughout the hospital
- Certified lactation consultants to assist with breastfeeding
Free classes are held monthly, call our OB department 830.201.8200 for dates and times) and will include a tour of labor and delivery center.
- What to expect when you arrive at the hospital
- Your choices and options
- The process of labor and delivery
- Comfort strategies for labor
- Support person’s role
- Initial newborn care
- Car seat safety
- Infant CPR
- Home safety
- Water safety
- Safe sleep practices
Presented by Baylor Scott & White Health, Austin-Travis County EMS and Williamson County EMS. Participants MUST register to attend. Please call 512.972.SAFE (7233) or email EMSPubEd@austintexas.gov to sign up for your FREE class.
Supporting your every moment
Our experienced care team is here to help you prepare for your big moment — and every little moment along the way. Get the answers you need for a safe pregnancy and delivery.
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Childbirth frequently asked questions
What are the visiting hours?Due to the nature of labor and delivery, visitation is allowed on an individual basis. Children of the family may visit; please be sure children are supervised at all times.
When do I come to the hospital?
Always check with your doctor regarding when you should come to the hospital.
Where do I go when I come to the hospital?
Always call your doctor prior to coming to the hospital. There is reserved parking on the ground floor of the parking garage for expectant parents. Upon arrival at Baylor Scott & White – Marble Falls, please stop at the Emergency Room Registrar. Once you have checked in, you will be escorted to Labor and Delivery.
What should I bring?
You may want to pack two small bags for the hospital. The first hospital bag will contain things needed during labor and delivery, and the second hospital bag should include things you'll need after childbirth. These hospital bags should be packed approximately four weeks prior to your due date. A hospital bag checklist of items includes:
- Photo ID, insurance card and hospital paperwork
- A birth plan
- A bathrobe, slippers, socks and a nightgown
- Personal toiletries
- Comfortable nursing bras
- Baby book
- Snacks and change for vending machines
- A camera/video camera, batteries/charger, extra memory card, computer
- A notepad/journal and pen/pencil
- A going-home outfit for mom and baby
- A receiving blanket
- An approved, installed car seat (visit Safe Riders for ratings)