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Pregnancy and childbirth are some of life’s biggest moments. It’s natural to feel both excited and anxious during this time, but rest assured that you are not in this alone. At the Myrtue Medical Birthing Center, our entire team comes together to give mother, child and family the support, education, and assistance you need.

From your first prenatal visit to your childbirth preparation classes, we are with you every step of the way. We encourage you to contact us today to schedule a tour of our birthing center. Also, check out our FAQs page to read our welcome letter and to find answers to many of our most asked questions. See for yourself why so many families chose Myrtue Medical Center as their dedicated partner through pregnancy and childbirth.

Meet Our Staff

(L to R): Megan Gettys, Courtney Pritchard, Catie Ehlert, Michelle Daly, Abbie Bornhoft, Michele Monson, Lanette Peterson, Courtney Koch, Heather Bruck, Britni Wright, Lisa Beck, Jennifer Bond-Buman, and Ally Jorgensen (Not Pictured): Gina Winter, Donna Murray, and Lyndsey Havens

"The nurses went above and beyond to make sure we were taken care of. This is my second baby that I have delivered here. In the midst of the pandemic, the staff did everything to make things as normal, comfortable and special as they could. Each nurse and medical practitioner communicated well with us and with each other. It was a very positive experience that has blessed our family incredibly." - Past Patient

A Warm, Comfortable Birthing Environment

When the big day arrives, patients are given a private room to deliver their baby and start forming their bond with the newest member of the family. A team of physicians and nurses are ready to deliver family-centered care and are ready to help you with whatever you need. Our staff of nurses are known for providing exceptional, dedicated care with each patient. They will know your name and strive to provide you with a truly personalized birthing experience.

Each woman’s labor is unique and for this reason we offer a variety of pain management options including:

Please also see our Pain Management Options for Labor and Delivery brochure


We observe quiet time from 2 pm to 4 pm every day on the Birthing unit so that mothers and babies can bond and rest in a peaceful environment. We encourage visitors to arrange different hours to peek at the baby.

One thing we like to remind all expectant parents and visitors is the importance of washing hands. . Newborns are still developing their immune system, so you should always wash your hands before touching a new baby and avoid kissing them on the face. Even a small cold for an adult can turn into a serious health concern for a baby.

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