Women's Center Services in Lebanon, KY
Feeling at Home, Away from Home, at the Spring View Women's Center
From the moment you walk into the Spring View Hospital Women's Center, you'll know we've taken great care to make you and your family feel right at home. We've created beautifully decorated, comfortable surroundings for a homelike atmosphere, and many of our rooms are private and oriented toward family-centered maternity care. We make sure mothers, fathers, siblings and newborns receive personal attention, consideration and understanding.
Because the comfort and safety of patients and newborns are important to us, our maternity units are locked with controlled access. As an additional level of comfort, both units are secured by the "HUGS" system, an electronic monitoring system that safeguards babies against the threat of abduction.
Finding out that you’re having a baby can be filled with a range of emotions. You may wonder what comes next. Have peace of mind that we’re here for you along your journey and offer a wide variety of prenatal and postnatal care options.
About our Women's Center
Take your first step with us. To schedule a tour, call 270.692.5253.
Labor, Delivery and Recovery – All in the Comfort of Your Room
The Spring View Women's Center is fully equipped to provide the birthing method you prefer. Our Labor/Delivery/Recovery/Postpartum (LDRP) concept means you labor, deliver and recover all in one private, comfortable room.
Specially Trained and Dedicated Delivery Nurse Team
Our nurses will be available to assist you and your newborn through labor, delivery and recovery. Special nurses are even placed in our nursery to monitor and aid your newborn. Our nursery is located in the Women's Center and close to all delivery rooms-close enough to keep mother, child and family within minutes of each other. Most deliveries are normal, uncomplicated procedures, but advanced care is available should your newborn need it.
Most postpartum rooms are private to ensure your comfort. Rooms are tastefully decorated with pastel colors, cherry furniture and artwork to create a homelike setting which maximizes support and minimizes stress.
It's a Family Affair
Childbirth is a normal, healthy, happy time that should include everyone in your family. Fathers or support persons are encouraged to take an active role from labor through postpartum care. We've even provided recliners and sofa sleepers so dad, family members or friends can spend the night in the mother's room. We also encourage brothers, sisters and grandparents to share in feeding and holding your newborn.
Our schedules allow you, your family, and friends to have the freedom to get to know your baby together. You set the pace for your day, and we adjust our schedule to meet your needs.
Free Classes for Expectant Families
Preparing for Childbirth
This class is designed for any expecting mother delivering at Spring View Hospital Women's Center. It will help you learn what to expect during labor, post partum and newborn care. Class hours are typically 9:00 am - 12:00 pm, bring your labor support person with you. Free refreshments and door prize drawings, classes are held in the First Floor Education Room at Spring View Hospital. Stay tuned: an updated schedule of 2020 classes will be available soon!
Preparing to Breastfeed
This class will help you to successfully breastfeed your baby and prepare you for breastfeeding even after you return to work. Breastfeeding classes immediately follow Childbirth classes at 12:30 pm. Please call 270.692.5100 to register.
In Hospital Photography
The Digital Touch Photography Studio provides families the opportunity to have an in room professional photography session of their newborn. For more information please
Neonatal Transport Team
Neonatal Transport Team available for transferring babies to Norton Children's Hospital via ambulance or helicopter.
To find out more information regarding Spring View Hospital Women's Center Services or for a tour please call (270) 692-5100 or e-mail:
Director, Women's Center
Meet the Team:
Mark Ackermann, MD Lynval Reynolds, MD Jennifer Sievert, APRN