Labor and Delivery / Family Birthing Centers

Lovelace Birthing Centers are committed to providing exceptional, comfortable, and convenient care. Whether you deliver at Lovelace Women’s Hospital, Lovelace Westside Hospital or Lovelace Regional Hospital-Roswell, you can be assured you will be surrounded by caring and compassionate physicians, nurses and midwives in a supportive, soothing environment.


Our goal is to create the best experience possible for babies and their parents. We offer educational classes, support and resources, and the security of knowing our highly skilled staff and specialized care for newborns are available around the clock. We offer 24/7 anesthesiology coverage, state-of-the-art C-section rooms, and other special services to provide our families with medically advanced, compassionate care during one of life’s most important moments.

Nothing is more natural than delivering a child, and Lovelace is here for you every step of the way to make sure your delivery is as comfortable as possible. We offer the best care from a broad spectrum of birthing options. Whether you are considering a natural birth or a traditional delivery, you can feel confident that Lovelace is here for you.

Labor and Delivery services include:

  • Traditional & High-risk OB
  • Natural Birthing Center
  • Obstetrics and midwifery services
  • Vaginal delivery after C-Section (VBAC program)
  • Antepartum care
  • Antenatal testing
  • Hydrotherapy during labor with jacuzzi/jetted tubs
  • 24/7 OB anesthesia
  • Lactation services
  • Childbirth education classes
To find out more about Lovelace Birthing Centers, call the Labor of Love Program at 505.727.7677

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