UCHealth Birth Center - Greeley Hospital

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Congratulations on your pregnancy and the upcoming birth of your baby! Having a baby is such a special time in your life. We are honored to care for you during your labor and delivery and to care for you and your baby after your baby’s birth. Our expert team of health care providers offers several birth options in Greeley that deliver respectful, compassionate care.

The Birth Center is here to help you throughout your pregnancy, labor, delivery and recovery and provide an extraordinary experience.

Services we provide

We want your birth experience with us to be extraordinary.

Please call 719.365.5220 to pre-register over the phone. You will need to have your insurance information available.

  • Vaginal delivery.
  • Cesarean section (C-section).
  • High-risk delivery.
  • Level II Special Care Nursery, which routinely cares for infants born at 34 weeks gestation and later.
  • Obstetricians, neonatology, pediatricians and maternal-fetal medicine specialists.
  • Natural delivery.
  • Nitrous oxide for labor
    • UCHealth was the first health system in the state to offer nitrous oxide as an in-hospital, labor-pain-relief option.

Breastfeeding support

  • Lactation consultants and nurses trained to support mothers interested in breastfeeding.
  • Breastfeeding support for mothers with infants in the special care nursery.
  • In-person and virtual lactation consults available after you take your baby home.
  • The lactation support group is held Wednesdays from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m., 2nd floor, Birth Center Waiting Room
  • Registration is not required.

For information about lactation, please call 970.652.2529.

Special care nursery

Caring for your late preterm baby at Greeley Hospital 

We provide compassionate care and services to babies who are born prematurely.

While your baby may look like a full-term baby, he or she has special care needs. The Special Care Nursery team at Greeley Hospital is specially trained to help you and your baby in those first days after birth.

We recognize that you and your family are your baby’s main source of strength and support. Our philosophy of family-centered care nurtures those strong bonds between infants and their families that begin before birth. Our goal is to partner with you to achieve the best possible outcomes for your baby.

Our special care nursery team includes highly specialized physicians and nurses who are trained to care for late preterm infants. Babies born between 34 and 36 weeks often need help breathing, regulating their temperature and feeding. They can have problems with infection and jaundice as well.

We have certified lactation counselors to help you with breastfeeding and many other specialists that can answer any questions about your baby’s care.


  • Comfortable, home-like private suites with plenty of natural light and private bathrooms and showers.
  • Soaking tubs in labor rooms.
  • Room service: breakfast, lunch and dinner options are available.
  • In-room sleeping area for a family member or support person.
  • Comfortable area for families and visitors.
  • TV and Wi-Fi access.
  • Patient- and family-centered care.
  • Expectant-mother parking.

Childbirth-preparation classes

Childbirth-preparation classes are offered throughout the month at UCHealth Greeley Hospital. Parents can expect to learn the basics of labor and delivery including natural childbirth and breastfeeding.

Online registration is available.

How to find childbirth-preparation and breastfeeding classes:

  1. Go to the Events page.
  2. Select Childbirth/Family Education in the All Categories drop-down.
  3. Select Greeley in the Cities/Towns drop-down.
  4. Click Submit.

Virtual tour

The UCHealth Birth Center at Greeley Hospital includes a Labor and Delivery department, women’s care center, a family and visitor waiting area, spacious labor and delivery rooms, spacious mother/baby rooms, and much more.