COVID-19 Update

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Good Samaritan Family Birth Center

Privacy, Care and Comfort During Labor and Delivery

Updated Visitor Policy

To make sure our patients, visitors and staff stay safe while we address the current novel coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, MultiCare has established visitor restrictions at our Puget Sound-area Family Birth Centers starting Tuesday, March 10.

  • Only one support person will be allowed for each patient per 24-hour period. Others will not be admitted. 
  • No children under 17 years of age will be allowed to visit, unless they are a patient
  • You should not visit or accompany a patient if you or someone close to you has been ill recently

About the Birth Center

From our spacious birthing suites, to the support and care we provide during and after your labor and delivery, the Family Birth Center at MultiCare Good Samaritan Hospital is a warm and welcoming place for you to have your baby.

  • Private birthing suites, where you'll stay throughout your labor, delivery and recovery (Unless you need extra medical support)
  • Each birthing suite includes sleeping couches, rockers, jetted tubs, refrigerators, plenty of room for visitors, and a view
  • Wireless monitoring for laboring mobility
  • All our post-partum rooms are also private, with windows, sleeping couches, rockers, refrigerators and room for visitors
  • Baby stays in the room with mom (unless baby needs extra medical support)
  • Level II NICU onsite with 24/7 coverage from board-certified neonatology specialists, if your baby needs more care
  • A family-friendly, open visitor policy so friends, family and loved ones can visit whenever you like
  • Lactation support to help you successfully breast feed your baby
  • Newborn photo services

New services added

  • Support for Vaginal Birth after Cesarean (VBAC)
  • Wireless monitoring for laboring mobility
  • Birthing peanuts, cub cushions, slings and an array of support for unmedicated laboring
  • Nitrous oxide for pain management
  • Gentle C-Sections available by request, including better visbility of baby's birth and faster skin-to-skin contact

How to Reach Us

The Family Birth Center at Good Samaritan Hospital can be reached by calling 253-697-5300.

Take a Virtual Tour

View the slideshow above to get a glimpse of our Family Birth Center. Check back for video tours in the near future.

Out of an abundance of caution and care for our community during the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) situation, MultiCare has decided to cancel onsite Birth Center tours until further notice. Thank you for your understanding. For more information about COVID-19 and tips to keep yourself and others healthy, please visit our information page.