Memorial Regional Hospital Family Birthplace

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3501 Johnson Street
Hollywood, Florida 33021

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Birthplace Amenities

Each patient room is designed to provide mom with well-deserved privacy and optimal rest. Family and visitors may relax in a spacious, separated entry area furnished with a sleeper sofa, dinette set and an additional telephone and TV. Fathers may get away to a private shower area and lounge down the hall. In addition, the courtesy kitchen is open with fresh coffee and beverages around-the-clock.

Our birthplace includes:

  • 14 private labor/delivery/recovery (LDR) suites
  • 39 private postdelivery mother-baby suites with the ability to expand to 53 beds

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Each private suite includes:
  • Flat-screen TV with DVD player
  • Wireless Internet
  • In-closet safe
  • Dinette set
  • Sofa bed for your designated support person
  • Private bath

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

The Wasie Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital is a level II and level III NICU with advanced technical equipment and a highly trained staff. Our NICU is one of only 11 regional Perinatal Intensive Care Centers in Florida. There is 24-hour in-house coverage by neonatology. Parents are encouraged to visit and care for their NICU baby as much as medically possible.

Maternal Fetal Medicine

When pregnancy comes with high risks and complications, our Maternal Fetal Medicine specialists offer exceptional clinical expertise in medicine and technology. 


  • Monday through Friday, 5:30 am-8 pm: Use the outpatient entrance with valet parking
  • Monday through Friday, after 8 pm: Use the Emergency Room entrance
  • Weekends, 6:30 am-4 pm: Use the outpatient entrance with valet parking
  • Weekends, after 4 pm: Use the Emergency Room entrance

At either entrance, you will receive an identification band to help provide for your safety during your hospital stay. After being identified, you will be escorted to Labor and Delivery, where you will be evaluated.