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Delivering at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital

Where you choose to deliver your baby is one of the most important decisions you'll ever make. At the Marshall Birthing Center at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital, our commitment to provide the highest level of personalized attention and the latest medical expertise for you and your baby has earned Newark-Wayne Community Hospital the trust of women and families for nearly 60 years. Our highly-skilled, compassionate physicians, nurse midwives, and nurses offer guidance and support through every step of the birthing process and beyond.

Each baby is unique and special - and so is each delivery and recovery. At Newark-Wayne Community Hospital, we offer multiple birthing options that allow you to customize your experience according to your needs, in an emotionally supportive, culturally sensitive environment. This approach helps you and your baby get off to a great start together.

Spacious, Comfortable Birthing Suites

Our six suites accommodate all three phases of childbirth - labor, delivery, and recovery. Each suite is equipped with amenities to make you feel more at ease during labor and delivery, including a comfortable and adjustable bed, a private bathroom and shower, a rocking chair, and a satellite TV. Accommodations can be made for a support person to stay overnight, and there is ample space for visitors during the postpartum period in your private postpartum room. Room-service menus for postpartum moms offer a wide variety of tasty selections (including vegetarian options) from 8 am until 10 pm.

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Welcome to the Marshall Birthing Center, located on the 4th floor of Newark Wayne Community Hospital. The approach and design of our facility supports not only taking care of the patient but their family as well—because when having a baby everyone needs space for support to welcome their newborn.
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When you arrive on the 4th floor, you’ll come to a welcome desk, any visitors you have will be expected to check-in.
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The labor and delivery suites are intended to mirror a home-like setting. They are bright with ample room and comfort for family members including a sleeper sofa and lounge chair. The units are also adaptable for any type of delivery whether it’s a low risk patient or higher risk, more complicated birth.
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Mother baby unit designed for mothers and babies to be together post-delivery to help in physical recovery and parent bonding. Each post-partum room has a private bathroom, and provide more space and privacy for new families during their first few days with their newborns.
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The Marshall Birthing Unit is staffed by experienced obstetrical nurses, pediatric nurse practitioners, and physician assistants who are easily accessible for both patients and families alike.
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The unit provides a whirl pool tub for laboring mothers, to help reduce pain and ease discomforts during labor.
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Online Childbirth Classes

Our experienced team of providers offer classes on breastfeeding and classes focused on preparing you for birth. Sign up for a virtual class today, and get ready in the comfort of your own home.

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The Marshall Birthing Center

The state-of-the-art care you will receive at the Marshall Birthing Center, located within Newark-Wayne Community Hospital, is second to none. From our welcoming, compassionate decor to our friendly, knowledgeable staff, we took your needs and the needs of your family into account. Take a virtual tour, talk to members of our team, and prepare for your delivery at the Marshall Birthing Center. We cannot wait to meet you! 

Healthgrades Five-Star Delivery Awards 

The team at Newark-Wayne Community Hospital has received the Healthgrades C-Section Delivery Award this year, and the Vaginal Delivery Five-Star Award for the last two years (2019-2020). The five-star ratings indicate the hospital's clinical outcomes for C-sections and vaginal delivery are statistically better than expected.