Let the capable and compassionate caregivers at Upland Hills Health’s Birthing Unit make this unforgettable event your own personal celebration of life. It’s important to us to make this experience truly yours. We will work with you to accommodate your wishes to our highest ability.
A Room Of Your Own When It Matters Most
When the big day arrives, comfort is essential. Our innovative birthing suites provide a relaxing, home-like environment that’s spacious and private. Each suite features a birthing bed, sofa sleeper, rocking chair, armoire, large private bathroom and wireless Internet access—ensuring all your family and friends can share in your joy.
It’s an honor to be chosen to be part of your special memories. Read stories from real families that have welcomed little ones at Upland Hills Health. Take a look at our celebration of 2019 Moms and Babies, and other stories.
Superior Care Begins With Superior Caregivers
As one of the premier birthing centers in southwest Wisconsin, we’re known for an unsurpassed level of quality care. Each staff member in our birthing unit is trained in neonatal resuscitation, and three of our nurses are instructors for the course. Our state-of-the-art facility is staffed with experienced doctors, obstetricians and a highly specialized nursing staff who provide labor, delivery, recovery, postpartum and nursing care. And together with our surgical staff, we can also care for more complex C-section deliveries.
Accepting New OB Patients
UHH OB/GYN Providers
UHH Family Medicine Providers WITH OB
Resources For The Whole Family
We offer progressive childbirth and childcare education programs to help you before, during and after your pregnancy. These inexpensive—and often free—workshops, classes and tours are designed to prepare you for a growing family. Resources for the whole family
Scheduled Elective Deliveries Not Medically Necessary This measure looks at making sure UHH follows the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) standard of requiring 39 completed weeks gestation prior to ELECTIVE delivery, either vaginal or Cesarean section. Compared to spontaneous labor, elective inductions may result in more cesarean births and longer maternal lengths of stay.
There is also research that notes that elective induction doubles the cesarean delivery rate. Repeat elective cesarean births before 39 weeks gestation may also result in higher rates of adverse respiratory outcomes, mechanical ventilation, sepsis and hypoglycemia for the newborns. There may be rare situations in which an elective induction is medically necessary. UHH has been able to be at 0% over the last 8 quarters and is performing better than the Wisconsin average rate.
This measure illustrates how often women who have never delivered before deliver by Cesarean section (C-section). There are some situations in which delivery by C-section is the safest way to deliver for mom and/or baby. These decisions are made with great care, as C-section births are associated with higher incidences of complications, longer lengths of stay and have higher health care costs. UHH has maintained an average of 29.23% over the last eight quarters and is performing near the average percentage for Wisconsin.