Mayo Obstetrics works in coordination with Mayo Women’s Health, Dover-Foxcroft Family Medicine, Corinth Family Practice, and Milo Family Practice to provide extraordinary, personalized service through your pregnancy and delivery. If you are pregnant or are trying to become pregnant, please visit one of the following webpages to learn more and to schedule your appointment with our OB team.
The Obstetrics Department at Mayo Regional Hospital is designed with comfort and privacy in mind. Our rooms feature home furnishings and warm decor blended with the latest medical technology to create an environment that is high-tech yet soothing and relaxing.
We encourage family participation at Mayo. We provide a home-like atmosphere to encourage bonding with your newborn. Siblings of the baby, grandparents, and dads can visit at any time. We offer a pull-out sleep chair for Dad or a designated family member and give you the option of rooming in with your baby. We also prepare Mom and a guest a special meal to help celebrate the newest member of your family!
The Obstetrics Department consists of two labor & delivery/ recovery (LDR) rooms, one triage room, a Labor tub, three postpartum/gynecological patient rooms, and a newborn nursery. Anesthesia coverage is available 24 hours per day. All newborns have the opportunity for a newborn hearing screening and expanded newborn blood spot screening.
Other programs offered through the department include New Mother’s Support group, sibling classes, and ongoing breastfeeding support. The staff can provide the latest information on breastfeeding supplies and rental information. We offer free tours of the department — just call ahead and schedule a convenient time.
For more information, contact Tara Smith at 215-913-8568 or email@example.com
The sibling classes are designed for children 2 – 8 years of age and are free of charge for patients that are delivering at Mayo. For more information, contact Daphyne Deane at 564-4417.
New Mothers Support Group
The New Mothers Support Group will help new mothers who need support with breastfeeding, sleep (or lack thereof), understanding baby’s development, and the emotional ups and downs of motherhood. The group will also help women who want to meet with other mothers. Light snacks will be provided.
The support group is a collaboration between Mayo Regional and the Maine Families Program at Penquis. For more information, contact Daphyne Deane at 564-4417.
The group meets the second Wednesday of each month, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the Resource Center.