Maternal-Child Health serves mothers during their reproductive age and children. Improving the well-being of mothers, infants and children is an important public health goal for the United States. Our goal is to ensure patient satisfaction by improving the quality of care provided to all our populations.
Maternal-Child Health is divided into the following five units:
Labor & Delivery — Consist of laboring beds, three operating rooms, and three post-anesthesia care units.
3MOB — A 27-bed unit and a 12-bassinet nursery.
Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) — Our 18-bed unit hosts a neonatal population ranging from premature, critical care patients to our intermediate care nursery. Our population may remain on the unit for weeks at a time depending on the level of prematurity.
Pediatrics — An 11-bed unit caring for our pediatric population from less than a year old to 21 years of age.
Pediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) — A six-bed unit caring for pediatric patients requiring critical care, ventilation care and post-operative care.
Learn more about Nursing at TBHC in these areas:
- Administration & Strategy
- Critical Care
- Emergency Medicine
- Medical-Surgical Services
- Perioperative Services
- Quality & Performance Improvement
For information on becoming a TBHC nurse, explore our nursing careers page.