APD will be integrating its obstetrical care with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center (DHMC) effective July 15, 2018. Prenatal and postnatal services will remain on the APD campus in the Multi-Specialty Clinic and all births after July 14, 2018 will take place at the Baby-Friendly® DHMC birthing pavilion. We anticipate that many of our providers will join this integrated service. Please view details in the press release and our FAQs for patients. Please also read this joint message from our President and CEO, Dr. Mooney, and the President and CEO of Dartmouth-Hitchcock, Dr. Conroy, explaining the decision to integrate obstetrical care.
24-hours a day, 7 days a week
We have no official visiting hours and leave visitation wishes entirely up to the parents.
Suggested quiet hours are from 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm daily.
Location and Contact
- Highly-skilled obstetricians, midwives, and obstetrical nurses
- Continuity of care
- Comfortable, private delivery rooms
- Anesthesia and surgical services available 24 hours
- Nitrous oxide for pain relief
- Natural births
- Cesarean births
- Jacuzzi tub for laboring mothers
- Award-winning lactation program
- Breastfeeding support
- Childbirth education
The Comforts of Home
The Birthing Center's labor, delivery, recovery, and postpartum rooms are designed for comfort, privacy, and family togetherness. Each room is equipped with a birthing bed designed to facilitate labor, a private bathroom, a bassinet, a rocking chair, and accommodations for visitors and an overnight guest.
- Jacuzzi tub available for laboring mothers
- Complimentary VIP dinner for all mothers
- Visitors can gather in the Gloria Green Family Room when moms need privacy
- Beginning immediately after birth, babies “room in” to bond with their new family
For those who deliver by cesarean birth, the hospital's Surgical Services department is equipped to handle all your medical needs. We use the latest in diagnostics and technology to ensure that your cesarean birth is as comfortable, supportive, and safe as possible. Moms and babies are kept together through the recovery period.
If you require a copy of a birth certificate, please contact the Lebanon City Clerk's office. They can help you by phone or email.