Memorial Hospital Miramar Family Birthplace
The Family Birthplace at Memorial Hospital Miramar is located on the second floor.1901 Southwest 172nd Avenue
Miramar, Florida 33029
Your Safety First. Always.
Learn how Memorial is working to keep you and your families safe during your visit to the hospital. Childbirth During COVID19.
Parking and Hospital Entrance
Delivering moms should use the main hospital entrance from 5:30 am - 9 pm (please use the Emergency Department entrance outside of those hours). Valet services have been suspended at all hospitals.
One guest (the spouse or significant other) will be allowed to visit the Family Birthplace. Unfortunately, no doulas or other birth support partners are allowed at this time.
Please visit the COVID-19 resource page for more information on how Memorial is working to keep our patients, families and visitors safe.
Baby Classes Now Online
In order to keep you safe, our baby classes are now taught online by Memorial Family Birthplace educators. A limited number of classes are currently available, and most will be added to Eventbrite in the future. We hope you can join us.
Maternity Video Tour at Memorial Hospital Miramar Family Birthplace
Datasource: Miramar birthplace tour
All rooms in the Family Birthplace are private. The rooms are decorated in soft, homelike colors, and include a hospital bed for the mother and a sleeper-sofa for family members. All have private bathrooms with showers. The rooms have televisions and DVD players, as well.
Our hospital has:
- 18 labor/delivery/recovery (LDR) suites
- 29 postpartum suites
- Three Cesarean section rooms
- Six recovery room bays
- 16 private level II NICU rooms
High-Risk Pregnancy Care for Mom and Baby
When pregnancy comes with high risks and complications, our Maternal Fetal Medicine specialists (perinatologist) offer exceptional clinical expertise in medicine and technology.
Hospital Birth Cost
We want to give you the information you need to make healthcare decisions, including the costs of labor and delivery.
Memorial Hospital Miramar has been awarded the Cribs for Kids National Safe Sleep Hospital Certification Program’s highest designation, Gold Safe Sleep Champion, for its commitment to best practices and education on infant safe sleep. To learn what a safe sleep environment looks like for your newborn baby, please download the Safe to Sleep brochure. You can also refer to the Safe Sleep Recommendations from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
The Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Memorial Hospital Miramar is designed with all private rooms and advanced technology for your baby. We've provided a homelike setting in the NICU, with family privacy and opportunities for nurturing to help your baby grow and go home as soon as possible.
At the heart of the Family Birthplace at Memorial Hospital Miramar is patient- and family-centered care. That's why we've developed a private-room level II NICU for newborns who need more specialized care than the Newborn Nursery provides, and where families can have privacy while spending time with and caring for their baby. The custom design of our NICU was developed by a multidisciplinary team of doctors, nurses, respiratory therapists and parents.
With ambient lighting to simulate nighttime, tiny star-like lights shed a soft glow in your baby's private room. Special lights for examination are provided; lighting can be appropriately adjusted as your baby develops a circadian rhythm — night and day — that leads to better development and healing.
The level II NICU provides care for newborns weighing 1000 grams or more, or neonates who are at 28 weeks gestation or greater.
I recently had a scheduled C-section at Memorial Hospital Miramar, and our son ended up having to spend eight days in the NICU. Although it was a difficult time for our family, the NICU staff did an excellent job caring for us.
The doctor always kept us well-informed of our son’s condition, progress, and our next steps. She did an excellent job, translating medical jargon to comprehensible language for us. She also was very down-to-earth and personable, with a great bedside manner.
All of the NICU nursing staff who took care of our son were very professional, compassionate and nurturing.
Neonatal Bereavement Support Group
If you've experienced the loss of a pregnancy or an infant, we have resources available to support you as you heal and cope with grief. Please join our bereavement support group for parents who have suffered a miscarriage, stillbirth or newborn death the second Thursday of each month from 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm at Memorial Hospital Pembroke. For more information, please call 954-844-6916.
Memorial Hospital Pembroke
7800 Sheridan Street, Room 369
Pembroke Pines, FL 33024
If you're pregnant and addicted to drugs and/or alcohol, our Mothers in Recovery (MIR) program may be able to help. Our maternal addiction program is designed to help mother and baby safely withdraw from substances and support mom in meeting her recovery goals.