Maternal fetal medicine in Middle Tennessee
You have a choice as to where you are going to have your baby, and we hope to have the honor of being part of the most important moment of your life. TriStar Centennial Women and Children's Clinic was created entirely for women and is dedicated to making your birth experience wonderful.
Our birthing rooms have a home-like atmosphere to help make your experience comfortable. Following delivery, you will have your own private room with the option of having your newborn by your bedside or in the nursery so you can have some much-needed rest.
To schedule your tour of the childbirth center, you can call TriStar MedLine® at (615) 342-1919 or contact the childbirth education office at (615) 342-5661.
Our labor and delivery unit offers the most current technology while supporting each woman's individual approach to childbirth. The nursing staff has been specially trained and certified in both high-risk and low-risk obstetrical care—including fetal monitoring certification from the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses.
National Safe Sleep Hospital
We have 24-hour in-house anesthesia coverage and provide patient controlled epidurals during labor, as well as a staff of obstetrician hospitalists available 24 hours a day in the event your physician is unavailable, an emergency arises or you do not have an obstetrician.
Maternal care unit
This unit focuses on the prevention and treatment of pregnancy complications such as pre-term labor, diabetes, hypertensive disorders and other short- and long-term illnesses.
With a team of highly trained caregivers, our 25-bed maternal special care unit uses state-of-the-art technology and monitoring in order to promote healthy pregnancies, healthy moms and healthy babies. Nurses, ultrasonagraphers, dieticians and social workers all work closely with moms, dads and doctors to provide the best care possible. Our dedicated team of perinatologists is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. We are equipped to handle any situation that might occur during a women’s pregnancy, delivery or postpartum period.
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