Sutter Roseville Medical Center
Located in Northern California, Sutter Roseville Medical Center is a 313-bed hospital serving Roseville and surrounding South Placer County communities. More than 3,000 babies are birthed here each year.
The Family Birth Center at Sutter Roseville Medical Center consists of 22 private rooms. In the spirit of family-centered birthing, family members may stay with mother and baby throughout the labor, delivery and recovery process. Mothers and their newborns can room together from the moment of birth until they leave for home.
Though the vast majority of pregnancies and births are routine, families have the reassurance of being part of the Sutter Health system that provides advanced care for women experiencing high-risk pregnancies and newborns in distress. Sutter Women's and Children's services include special services for expectant mothers and the region's leading neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
- Twelve private, homelike, LDR (Labor, Delivery, and Recovery) rooms. Family members may stay with mother and baby throughout labor, delivery and recovery. Mothers and their newborns can room together from the moment of birth until they leave for home
- Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU)
- Online OB pre-registration during your second trimester
- Childbirth classes
- Orientation and tours: The tours are offered at no charge to expectant mothers and support persons, as well as siblings over age 10.
To find out more, visit Sutter Roseville Medical Center's Web sections on the Family Birth Center and Classes & Support Groups. Detailed information on advanced services is available on the Sutter Women's & Children's web site.