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Great Reasons to Have Your Baby at Sibley
Check Out Our Birthing Center
Sibley Hospital delivers more babies than anywhere else in Washington, D.C., and with the September 2016 relocation of the Center for Babies and Families to two floors in the New Tower, our childbirth capacity has grown tremendously!
The new space is designed from the ground up to deliver a special birthing experience that combines exceptional comfort and amenities with the latest medical technology. Features address the needs of moms, babies and families and give our staff and doctors the ability to provide state-of-the-art care.
- 18 labor, delivery and recovery rooms
- 3 spacious C-section rooms
- 50 large postpartum rooms, each with a sleep sofa and 55” HD TV
- 18 private special care nursery rooms, including 6 rooms for twins
- Dedicated lactation area and lactation services
- Johns Hopkins Medicine Maternal Fetal Medicine Services for high-risk pregnancies
- Advanced infant security system
- In-room medication access via Pyxis supply
- Central fetal monitoring in the Special Care Nursery
A wide range of obstetricians deliver babies at Sibley. If you need help finding an OB, please call our physician referral line at 855-546-3939, or contact one of our providers directly. Kaiser Permanente's premier hospitals page also contains a list of obstetricians who deliver at Sibley.
Take a video tour of our new space and read more about our features, or schedule an in-person tour of the new facility. Maternity tours and sibling tours for big brothers and sisters are offered multiple times during the week. See the available tour dates and register here.
Sibley offers a number of classes to prepare for parenthood, ranging from care skills and breastfeeding to infant and child CPR, to yoga classes (for both expecting mothers and babies). See the full range of classes available at Sibley.
Caring Moments From the Women's and Infants' Services Department
In this short video, a number of nurses and care staff at Sibley talk about what connects them to their patients, coworkers and the hospital.