Open Accessibility Menu

North Baldwin Infirmary - Birth Center

The Birth Center at North Baldwin Infirmary provides all the resources necessary to meet your healthcare needs—from pregnancy until you and your baby leave the hospital and afterwards. Our experienced staff offers expert medical care and assists you with the most satisfying childbirth experience possible. North Baldwin Infirmary is the only designated Baby-Friendly Hospital in the region. That means we meet the highest standards for mom and baby care.

North Baldwin Infirmary Baby-Friend Designation

North Baldwin Infirmary has been honored a "Best Hospital" for obstetrics by the Women's Choice Awards. Learn more about Infirmary Health's Women's Choice Awards.

Take a virtual tour

Before You Deliver

Education and Support Groups

Our education classes ensure that expecting mothers have the knowledge they need to care for their newborns and feel empowered.

In-Person Classes

  • Childbirth & Breastfeeding Education
  • Baby Bistro - Lactation Support Group

Visit our events page to find an upcoming class near you.

Virtual Learning


Pre-admission Registration

Please call (251) 937-1750 to schedule your appointment for the pre-admissions process. In the event you reach our voicemail, please leave your name, phone number and your due date.

Insurance and Financial Counseling

Insurance coverage can sometimes be complicated and confusing. Be well-informed about your insurance coverage. Verify the maternity requirements and benefits with your insurance company to avoid any last minute surprises. Your insurance may require that you are pre-certified prior to admission to the hospital. Bring an identification card and insurance card with you.

If you do not have health insurance, you can enroll in our Obstetric Prepaid Program. This program provides you with considerable financial benefit.

For more information, call 251-435-2446 or 251-435-2549.

Admission Process

When you arrive at the hospital, go to admissions, located on the first floor by the Main Entrance.

If it is after 5 p.m., the weekend or you are in active labor, enter through the emergency department.

For your privacy, your support person may be asked to remain in the waiting room while admission procedures are completed.

While You're at the Hospital


For more information regarding our visitor policy, please click here.

Lactation Support

North Baldwin Infirmary offers lactation counseling on proper breastfeeding from trained nurses during your hospital stay as well as consultation appointments to the community. Contact our lactation consultants about any questions you may have, (251) 239-2296.


You and your baby’s length of stay in the hospital depends on your individual health after the delivery.

Your doctor will determine when you and your baby are ready to go home. Along with nursing staff and care coordinators, they will provide detailed instructions for your continued care and recovery at home.

Related Doctors
Related Locations