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Maternity & Newborn Care in Mansfield

High-Quality, Comprehensive Care for You & Your Baby

Where you choose to give birth is one of the most important decisions you will make in your pregnancy. That’s why Methodist Mansfield Medical Center will offer personalized expert care, childbirth education classes, and support at every stage of your pregnancy.

Since you can’t predict when your baby will arrive, our specially trained and attentive staff will be ready when you are, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, to support you through the entire process so that it’s a memorable, healthy experience.

Whether you’re a first time parent or you’re getting ready to add to your family once more, our team has the experience to give you the support you need, offering maternity care for each step of your pregnancy.

Our Services

To help your pregnancy carry on as smoothly as possible, we provide:

  • Breastfeeding classes
  • Childbirth classes
  • Labor and delivery facility tours
  • Specialized infant care
  • Quiet time where mothers and infants can rest and bond
  • Donor milk offered for patients meeting criteria

Family-Centered Maternity Care

At the heart of every birth at Methodist Mansfield is the baby's family. We offer a supportive, progressive philosophy of birthing, encouraging as much family involvement as possible. Fathers are encouraged to spend the night with mother and newborn. And while you and your family focus on the joys and wonder of the birthing experience, your nurses and physicians will follow your plan of individualized care to ensure your comfort and safety in a caring, compassionate environment within an ultramodern birthing center that sets a high standard for maternity care.

Our Birth Center

Methodist Mansfield's coordinated, compassionate care - before, during, and after birth - is provided by our experienced, skilled, and caring medical staff. Our Women’s Center features:

  • Thirteen labor/delivery/recovery (LDR) suites
  • Infant nurseries including a Level III NICU
  • Antepartum rooms
  • Larger family waiting areas
  • Surgical operating rooms for cesarean sections
  • 36 postpartum rooms
  • Lactation support services
  • Online childbirth education and preparation classes
  • Support services available for before, during, and after pregnancy
  • Electronic medical records and bedside medication verification
  • Texas Ten Step breastfeeding care and support
  • Read to Me infant book program to emphasize literacy awareness
  • North Texas Mother's Milk Bank drop-off location for donor breast milk

Take a virtual tour of the labor and delivery suites at Methodist Mansfield Medical Center.

Mother and Baby Shared Care

Once your baby is finally here, you’ll want to remain close. “Rooming in” gives you a great opportunity for bonding and allows our specialized team of mother-baby nurses to educate, answer questions, provide support, and make sure you’re both doing well.

Precious Moments Quiet Time

Quiet time is offered each day from 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. and 1 a.m. - 3 a.m., as well as the first 30 minutes following birth. Quiet time is intended to:

  • Offer an extended period of rest

  • Decrease postpartum sleep deprivation

  • Facilitate bonding between mom and baby and dad and baby

  • Allow moms to breastfeed without interruption

  • Help families transition from hospital schedule to home schedule

During quiet time, visitors will not be allowed unless medically necessary or invited by mom.


  • 16 NICU beds
  • Lactation support
  • Robotic telemedicine
  • Angel Eyes technology
  • Respiratory therapy work area
  • Parent sleep room with adjacent laundry
  • Family lounge

Find out more about giving birth and Methodist Mansfield, and take our virtual tour!

Texas Ten Step Facility for Breastfeeding Care and Support

Methodist Mansfield has been designated a Texas Ten Step Hospital by the Texas Department of State Health Services and Texas Hospital Association. This annual designation is awarded to birthing facilities that provide optimal care to improve breastfeeding outcomes.

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