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Exceptional Care for Newborns and Mothers

The experience of seeing your little one for the first time is something you’ll never forget. Being a part of it is an honor for us, and we’re committed to supporting your family in every way we can throughout this precious journey.

That’s why we’ve expanded our facility to meet the labor and delivery needs of growing families in South Overland Park. We’re dedicated to helping families in our community feel happy, healthy and whole.

Contact at Call913-373-6150.

COVID-19 Updates

AdventHealth Labor and Delivery Visitation Guide

Thank you for choosing AdventHealth for your birthing experience. We know how important family is during this time and want to give you guidance on what to expect for visitors.


  • Two guests can be in the room during labor
  • It is highly recommended guests wear a hospital mask anytime they are outside of the laboring mother’s room

After Delivery:

  • Four guests, including siblings, are allowed in the mother’s room at a time
  • The responsible adult overseeing siblings cannot leave siblings with mom unaccompanied as she is a patient
  • It is highly recommended that all siblings ages two and over wear a hospital mask anytime they are outside of the mother’s room
  • One adult may stay the night with the mother, but siblings are not allowed to stay the night
  • NICU visitation is limited to the two banded parents/caregivers only

Thank you for your patience and cooperation. Our goal is to give you the best experience possible while keeping everyone safe.

*Guidelines may change due to COVID-19 community positivity rates.

Maternity Care That Goes Beyond

Newborns affect their mother’s body, mind and spirit, even before conception. An infant’s arrival also leaves a lasting impact on fathers, siblings and other family members. That’s why we’re developing a robust childbirth program with tools and resources to make your childbearing experience safer, more comfortable and more meaningful.

From family planning and prenatal care to delivery and postpartum support, you can count on our resources to support every aspect of your journey.

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Delivering at South Overland Park

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Pre-Register Now for Your Special Day

On delivery day, you should be focused on yourself and your baby. By pre-registering, your care team will have your personal information ahead of time, giving you and your team the opportunity to welcome you quickly to your birthing room.

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Tour Our Birth Center

We welcome you to come tour our Birth Center at AdventHealth South Overland Park.

Tours will be held on Tuesdays at 8 am and Thursdays at 4 pm or by appointment. Meet in the main lobby of the hospital and check in at the front desk. These tours will last approximately 30 minutes and masks must be worn at all times while practicing social distancing.

Call 913-373-6160 to schedule your appointment to tour.

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About Our Level II NICU

Our Birth Center will be staffed by physicians, nurses and other medical professionals — all working together to ensure that every baby is born safely.

When extra medical care is needed, we’re ready with a Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) on-site, staffed with compassionate Children’s Mercy providers. This special neonatal care for sick and premature infants (32 weeks or older) is designed to provide additional support for premature babies.

In some cases, more intensive care is needed. Our team may recommend moving a newborn to our AdventHealth Shawnee Mission Level III NICU, which is equipped and staffed to treat newborns who have more advanced illnesses or genetic disorders.

Meet Your Maternity Care Team

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  • Maternity Navigators

    Our Maternity Navigators are here to help you create your personal delivery plan and guide you through your labor and delivery care.

  • Lactation Consultants

    Our lactation consultants help mothers get started with breastfeeding and work through nursing problems, such as clogged milk ducts or latching issues.

  • Neonatologists and Neonatal Nurses

    Our neonatologists and neonatal nurses specialize in identifying and treating complications in newborns.

  • Obstetrician-Gynecologists (OB/GYNs)

    Our OB/GYNs are advanced physicians who guide your baby’s delivery. These specialists can induce labor, perform C-sections and help guide you and your baby through a natural delivery.

  • Obstetrician (OB) Hospitalists

    Our community-based OB hospitalists are hospital physicians specializing in obstetrics, who are staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to help with all obstetrician-related needs.

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Every Mother Deserves a Helper

All expectant mothers will be given a Maternity Navigator. These registered nurses are specially trained in pregnancy, delivery and postpartum recovery and will be accessible throughout your journey.

Call 913-373-6160 for more information.