Maternal Infant Services at Midtown Hospital
Saint Thomas Midtown has been designated a Baby Friendly facility
Two Mothers Share Their NICU Experience at Saint Thomas Midtown
More Middle Tennessee mothers choose Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital for the birth of their child than any other hospital in the region. The reasons for our popularity are simple. No other healthcare system provides the level of care, comfort and medical expertise.
Our state-of-the-art maternal infant center is designed with the family in mind by having a welcoming space that soothes, comforts and nurtures. You can see and feel the special touches: natural and incandescent lighting (no fluorescent) with dimmers in every room; an open and inviting layout; soft, elegant colors; and curved flowing lines throughout.
Dr. Connie Graves explains the benefits of having your baby at Saint Thomas Health
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For critically-ill newborns, Saint Thomas Midtown Hospital offers a 52-bed Level III Beaman Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, providing technology, expertise and timely care, and it is comforting to know that a neonatologist, an obstetrician and anesthesiologist are in-house 24 hours-a-day, seven days-a-week.
Expectant parents can expect great things before, during and after your little one arrives.
As the area leader in childbirth, we understand that details make the difference and have taken great care to provide you with the support you need before, during and after the arrival of your little one. Our focus is on making your experience as enjoyable and stress-free as possible.
What our new moms say about us!
Born at 25 weeks old, Mary Farris Meek from Burns, Tennessee barely survived. She weighed 1 lb 3 oz. and spent 5 months in the NICU at Saint Thomas Midtown in Nashville. The Meeks never gave up on the little girl with the smile as wide as Tennessee! Read more of Mary's story at nothingshallbeimpossible.com
Crystal Daniel always wanted to be a mother, but her desire to become one came with consequences. Through the help of certain "Angels on Earth", Crystal and Landon are stronger and thankful beyond belief for the family they've created. Read more of Crystal's story at nothingshallbeimpossible.com
Kimberley Proctor-White's smaller twin weighed only 1.12 pounds and fit in the palm of your hand. Yet both babies are thriving today due in part to Kimberly's resilience and the team at Saint Thomas Midtown. Read more of Kimberley's story at nothingshallbeimpossible.com