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Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – McKinney

Private labor and delivery suites allow for care to be brought to you and your baby

 

When you’re having a baby, you want everything to be just perfect. And nobody understands that better than we do. The Women and Infants Center at Baylor Scott & White – McKinney provides advanced obstetrical services combined with a warm, caring and relaxing atmosphere.

Our spacious, beautifully decorated labor and delivery suites allow for care to be brought to you and your baby. These suites allow your new family to remain together during the entire birthing process, creating a comfortable environment for a cherished experience. Your beautiful private suite features a tiled bathroom and a sleep area for your support person. Everywhere you’ll see soothing colors and ambient lighting, designed to create a calming, relaxing environment – and thoughtful technological touches like flat screen TVs and a work area with wireless Internet.

Babies remain with their mothers in this family-centered unit, receiving their nursing care together. This promotes education and confidence building for new mothers, as well as communication between the nurse and mother. Cuddle Time happens every day between 2-4 p.m. This is a time for mom and baby to rest and enjoy one another uninterrupted by hospital personnel and well intentioned visitors. We encourage you to tell friends and visitors to wait. Visiting hours will be from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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Having a Baby?

Pre-register online now for your delivery at Baylor Scott & White – McKinney.

Parent Education
At Baylor Scott & White – McKinney, we have cultivated resources that will help prepare you for your new family. Our parent education classes are inclusive and comprehensive – no matter your birth philosophy, we have a class to meet your needs!

Supporting mothers with the latest breastfeeding techniques

Breastfeeding is recommended for the first year of your baby’s life. However, we know that although breastfeeding is a natural process, it is not always instinctive.

If you choose to breastfeed, lactation consultants are available to help you with a successful breastfeeding experience. Our nurses have received special training in the latest breastfeeding techniques and are available to assist you during your stay.

You also have access to lactation consultants after you return home. Simply Mom’s is a mom and baby specialty boutique at Baylor Scott & White – McKinney designed to provide new mothers convenient access to breastfeeding supplies, infant designer clothing, preemie clothing and gifts. Lactation consultants are available to allow new parents to ask questions while they are shopping.

You may also contact Simply Mom’s if you have additional questions after you return home. The store is located on the second floor in the lobby area of the Women and Infants Center and can be reached at 469.764.6262.

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  • First Level III NICU in Collin County

    Baylor Scott & White – McKinney's NICU staffs specialized nurses, neonatal nurse practitioners and neonatologists capable to provide advanced life-support services and technologies for premature and seriously ill newborns. ​

    Our neonatal intensive care unit offers:

    • - Kangaroo care, or skin-to-skin contact
    • - Lactation consultants
    • - Private suites with sleeper sofas and showers
    • - Family lounge
    • - Comprehensive discharge planning and coordination

"Our twins arrived 10 weeks early. Baylor Scott & White was ready."

For parents Rachel and Chris Caver, find out they were expecting twins was ecstatic news. But 10 weeks before they were due, she went into labor.

Weighing less than four pounds, her babies stayed at their local Baylor Scott & White Medical Center neonatal intensive care unit. The NICU nurses put Rachel and her husband Chris at ease.

"They were very protective and very careful with the babies," she says. "Our NICU nurses became our best friends and family. One nurse even said, 'thank you for letting us care for your babies.' I couldn't have heard sweeter words."

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