Labor and Delivery Services
Pregnancy and childbirth can be one of the most memorable times in a woman’s life. That’s why you deserve comprehensive care close to home in a facility that feels like home – from week 1 to week 40 and beyond.
A new standard in safety for you and your baby
The AHN Women and Infants Center at Jefferson Hospital is the first hospital in Pittsburgh to be awarded the Gold Seal of Approval® in Perinatal Care. Now, the region’s newest labor and delivery program has also achieved the nation’s highest rating for quality and safety standards. That’s just one more example of the high-quality of care you can expect from AHN — while you're expecting.
Expert care close to home
When the time comes, you don’t need to go far to deliver. The AHN Women and Infants Center at Jefferson Hospital is conveniently located on Route 51 in Jefferson Hills, Pennsylvania. And it offers the same advanced services that are more commonly associated with city hospitals. Plus, your prenatal visits to your OB-GYN are also close to home.
State-of-the-art setting and equipment
When you deliver at Jefferson, you prepare for your child’s arrival in our new, spacious delivery suites — with room for the whole family to welcome the new baby. Our on-site obstetricians, anesthesiologists, and neonatal nurses provide 24/7 medical support for you and your baby while you’re here. We are also equipped with a Level II neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) to care for premature infants or those who have special medical needs.
The only midwifery program in the South Hills
For a more intimate birthing experience, you may choose to work with one of our certified nurse midwives. Serving the only midwifery program in the South Hills, they focus on the natural, healthy processes of pregnancy, labor, and delivery. Our nurse midwives are available 24/7 and personally connect with patients to help you make the most of your journey toward parenthood.
*Claim based on inpatient utilization data for the 29 counties in western Pennsylvania as reported by Pennsylvania Health Care Cost Containment Council for calendar years 2012-Q3 2016. Available at www.phc4.org/reports/utilization/inpatient.