Delivering monumental moments
When you’re having a baby, you want everything to be just perfect, and nobody understands that better than we do. At Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Irving we are committed to providing you and your family the answers and services you need to have peace of mind as you begin this new journey of motherhood.
Labor and delivery services at the Women's Pavilion of Health include:
- Labor, delivery and recovery unit
- Level II neonatal intensive care unit (NICU)
- Obstetric sonography
- Breastfeeding specialists
- Parent education classes
Our labor and delivery services
Birthing suites tour
Want to take a 45-minute virtual video tour?
Our birthing suites in Irving feature:
- Fully renovated and enhanced suites with a new modern look and feel
- Beautifully appointed labor-delivery and mother-baby rooms in a spa-like environment
- Large private bathrooms with custom sinks to accommodate baby’s first bath
- Comfortable and spacious guest lounge with complimentary coffee and technology center for charging devices
Please note: Many of our mother and baby rooms have been recently remodeled, however, due to increased demand for our services, we are unable to place all patients in a renovated room. We are committed to providing quality care to all the moms and babies we serve.
Recognized for putting you first
Your big moment is one of a kind. Your care should be, too.
That’s why we’re honored to deliver better with the highest-possible rating for Best Hospitals for Maternity from U.S. News & World Report, one of only 14 hospitals in Texas to receive this accolade.
To be recognized among the Best Hospitals for Maternity, hospitals have to excel on multiple quality metrics that matter to expectant families, including complication rates, Cesarean sections, whether births were scheduled too early in pregnancy and how successfully each hospital supported breastfeeding. Fewer than half of the hospitals evaluated by U.S. News for maternity care earned a ‘High Performing’ rating, which is the highest rating U.S. News awards for this care.
Thank you for letting us be a part of your moment.
Parenting classes and resources
As an expectant parent, you already know there’s much to be done before the arrival of your baby.
We’re pleased and honored to offer a variety of services to help make these coming months as stress-free and productive as possible.
Tour of Women's Services (virtual)
Before you deliver, you and your family are invited to take a tour of Women’s Services, a complete healthcare destination designed just for you.
To schedule a time, call 1.844.BSW.DOCS (279.3627).
Breastfeeding class (online)
Breastfeeding is recommended for the first year of your baby’s life.
This interactive program includes videos and illustrations that provides couples with the skills that are essential to an informed breastfeeding experience.
Breastfeeding support group (in-person)
Mothers with babies are welcome to join this support group for sharing their experiences and gaining wisdom from other mothers who are breastfeeding their babies.
This is a community breastfeeding support group hosted at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Grapevine and open to all breastfeeding mothers.
Please email: AskthewestregionLC@BSWHealth.org or call 817.305.5314 for more information.
Breastfeeding support group (virtual)
A new breastfeeding mom faces a variety of challenges when she leaves the hospital.
This breastfeeding support group is a virtual place where moms can come to share their experiences and to find solutions from other new moms in a safe, nonjudgmental and fun environment.
A board-certified lactation consultant will facilitate the discussion during the online breastfeeding support group.
Car seat education and more (virtual)
Motor vehicle crashes are a leading killer of children and their families around the world. This presentation is intended to expand your understanding of basic vehicle passenger safety, selecting and use of car seats appropriate for a child's size, and vehicular heatstroke awareness. This class is offered in partnership with Cooks Children and Safe Kids of North Texas. This is a virtual class using Zoom Meeting.
Cesarean class (online)
Sometimes a planned cesarean is a necessary surgical birth option for a healthy mom and a healthy baby. Becoming informed and prepared will help you gain understanding and help you make good choices.
Learn about what to expect during your hospital stay and how to have a good recovery process when you return home.
Childbirth class (online)
This interactive program includes videos and illustrations that provides couples with the skills that are essential to an informed childbirth experience.
Fatherhood class (online)
Preparing for fatherhood is no easy task. Men want to support their partners and new babies, but often feel lost and unsure about how to do that.
This useful, informative, and entertaining class was created for men to help them find their way on this unique journey.
With a positive focus on the importance of being involved right from the start, you'll learn how to support your partner through pregnancy and birth, as well as survival tips for those first few sleep-deprived months with a newborn.
Infant CPR and safety
This non-certification class is designed specifically for parents, grandparents, and caregivers of infants and children. Our essential hands-on practice class provides the skills and confidence to turn a life-threatening situation into a lifesaving one. Come and learn how to reduce the risk of preventable accidents in the home and beyond. This class is not booked by couple. Each person must register individually for a space in this class.
Newborn care class (online)
This class gives you a wonderful guide to help you learn about the basics of taking care of your new infant.
A self-study program designed to help new parents transition to parenting right in the comfort of their own home.
Soothing techniques, safe sleep guidelines, diapering, bathing and feeding are just a few of the topics covered in this instructional online course.
Useful tips and resources will give you confidence as you build your parenting skills.
Pumping class (virtual)
The knowledge a mother gains from this class will help her with confidence and without compromising her breastfeeding desires.
A board certified lactation consultant will lead this class and it will include a once a week virtual support group session.
Sibling class (online)
Growing your family? Help your child become a super sibling! This online sibling preparation class teaches you how to support your child as they grow into their role of big brother or sister. You will learn how to answer tough questions, ways to help your child feel involved, how to reduce jealousy, and more. Plus, to encourage your sibling-to-be, there are fun lessons to do together, complete with kid-friendly video clips, coloring pages, and activities (recommended for ages 3-7).
Baylor Babies on Facebook
Share your stories and pictures from that special day, reconnect with classmates from Prepared Childbirth and network with other "Baylor Baby" alumnae.
And most importantly, swap helpful tips and advice with other parents and soon-to-be parents.
Rockin’ Mommas on Facebook
Rockin’ Mommas Facebook page is monitored by a certified lactation consultant and provides online breastfeeding support.
Supporting your every moment
Our experienced care team is here to help you prepare for your big moment — and every little moment along the way. Get the answers you need for a safe pregnancy and delivery.
Helping you prepare every step of the way at our labor and delivery hospitals
If you find yourself asking, "what is the best labor and delivery hospital near me?" our experienced care teams are here to help you prepare for your big moment—and every little moment along the way, including all the stages of labor. Tell us a little about where you are in your journey and get the answers you need for a safe pregnancy, labor and delivery near you.
- Texas Ten Step Program member
- Magnet Recognition Program—2014, 2018—American Nurses Credentialing Center
- Press Ganey Guardian of Excellence Award for the NICU—2016
- Joint Commission Accreditation—2019