The McLeod Regional Maternity Center is located in the McLeod Pavilion in Florence. Here you will find a wonderful place where caring physicians, nurses and staff work to provide you with the care you need before, during, and after the birth of your child. We provide care for high-risk pregnancies and house the region’s only Neonatal Intensive Care and Pediatric Intensive Care units.
To make sure your newborn gets the best care possible, our Pediatric Hospitalists care for baby from delivery to discharge.
Get more information on all our maternity center offerings at McLeod Regional Medical Center.
Our Women’s Health Services is located in the McLeod Pavilion. Our maternity center offers:
To make your birth experience as positive as possible, we offer:
To sign up for a tour or childbirth class, call (843) 777-2005.
View our Maternity Education Classes.
Looking for support and education on the parenting experience? Hospital grade Medela breast pumps and pumps for daily or occasional use? The Resource Center, located on the McLeod Regional Medical Center campus in the gray Victorian House, known as the Levy House (927 East Day Street, Florence) has these and other essential materials for breastfeeding. View our Maternity Education Classes. For more information call (843) 777-2890.
In the comfort of your hospital suite, a Bella Baby photographer (in association with McLeod Health), visits you the day after delivery and captures the sweet innocence of your baby. You’ll receive a password to view the images from this photo session online. Learn more or view your baby photos. For lost passwords or other questions, call 888-414-8854 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a special program of nurse home visits that improves pregnancy outcomes, as well as child health and development. Results are impressive. Some 90% of babies born were born full term and 89% were at a healthy weight. Learn More.
When putting an infant to sleep, make sure they are:
Alone. Not with you in bed or in a chair.
On their Back. Always place your baby on their back when sleeping.
In a Crib. Not in a car seat or on the couch. Remove all loose bedding, blankets, bumper pads, and stuffed animals.
Any parent can use a little assistance raising their child. Here are some parent education articles that may help you.
At some point in their lifetime, most women will experience pelvic health issues, such as incontinence, fibroids, endometriosis or pelvic organ prolapse. At McLeod Health, our OB/GYNs and women’s services staff are dedicated to providing you the help you need with these very personal issues. We’re here to help – let’s talk.Learn More
To make sure your newborn gets the very best care, we have a specialized team of Pediatric Hospitalists providing newborn care for your baby’s entire stay. Pediatric Hospitalists are Board Certified Pediatricians who specialize in the care of hospitalized babies and children. Should your baby need the services of specialty pediatricians (Cardiologist, Neurologist, or Neonatologist), the Pediatric Hospitalist will work closely with those specialists to ensure your baby receives the needed specialty care.READ MORE
Upon admission to the hospital, before you deliver your baby, you will be asked to choose a private doctor to care for your baby when he or she goes home. The Pediatric Hospitalist will ensure a smooth transition into your doctor’s private practice. The hospital records will be sent to the office so your private doctor has all the details of your baby’s hospital stay.
Benefits of Pediatric Hospitalists: