Baptist has been delivering babies for almost a hundred years so we've developed a unique program to make your experience as easy and convenient as possible. We encourage you to take full advantage of our "Beautiful Beginnings" program. All you have to do is meet with us sometime between the 15th and 20th week of your pregnancy. During this time we will discuss programs, resources and services we offer as well as take you on a tour of the maternity unit and walk you through every stage of the birthing process. We'll be happy to assist you with your pre-admission paperwork if you need it. To schedule a tour of our facility or to find out more from our maternity coordinators, please call our registration line at 901-226-5764.
We don't just stop in person either. We've tried to think of everything so we hope you will explore the resources on this page to learn more about our maternity services and support classes.
Disclaimer: Until further notice, all in-person classes & tours will be suspended due to COVID-19. Online/ virtual options are available by contacting us at Beautiful.Beginnings@bmhcc.org or 901-227-9873. We apologize for the inconvenience, but appreciate your support and understanding during this time as we work to keep you and your baby safe.
We understand that you have questions about this new journey. Please find different resources that will help you and your baby through different stages of life.
Download the Beautiful Beginnings app
Beautiful Beginnings - the free pregnancy app from Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women - is a wonderful tool to help you achieve a healthier pregnancy. Enter your due date to receive week-by-week alerts about your baby’s growth. Keep track of important events leading up to birth, such as how many times your baby kicks, appointments, contractions, and information on maintaining your own personal health. Also, you can access important resources at Baptist Women’s Hospital, pregnancy support groups, and information about infant health and safety. We have everything you need to prepare for your Baptist pregnancy in the palm of your hand.