Construction recently began on two of the new labor and delivery rooms. (See photo below)
These beautiful rooms will be larger and brighter with a modern, family-friendly design and thoughtful amenities.
Demolition is complete, and construction is in full swing on the fourth floor where the new NICU and Pediatric units will be located. We look forward to these enhancements to our facility.
In addition to facility enhancements, Women & Children’s Services will immediately benefit from the addition of our new OB nurse navigator, Erin Neu, RN. Erin offers a unique level of experience as she, her husband and all ten of her children were born at Franciscan St. Francis Health. She will help patients personalize their birth experiences and get all their ducks in a row before arriving to deliver. She will also guide patients to needed resources both before and after birth.
Franciscan St. Francis Health unveils $36.5 million renovation project
7/12/13 Already a recognized leader in labor and delivery and caring for high-risk infants, Franciscan St. Francis Health-Indianapolis is poised for a massive upgrade of its Women & Children's Services (WCS) facilities. > Read news release
Easter Egg Contest!
Stop by the Women & Children's Center lobby and guess how many eggs are in the display.
The winner will receive a gift basket filled with baby care supplies from Babies "R" Us.
Contest ends April 14.
Highlights of the Expansion
Features of the expanded Women & Children's Services Center when complete:
36 postpartum suites
Eight antepartum patient room with
Second-floor waiting room
12 new labor and delivery patient rooms
24 private neonatal intensive care rooms
More of what moms and their families will find when the renovation is completed:
7 triage rooms and an infusion area for newly admitted patients (2nd floor)
12 expanded labor and delivery rooms (2nd floor)
8 large antepartum suites with in-room refrigerators (2nd floor)
2 operating room suites for caesarean procedures (2nd floor)
36 postpartum suites and a nursery (3rd floor)
24 private neonatal intensive care rooms (4th floor)
10 "kid-friendly" pediatric rooms (4th floor)