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Low-intervention birth at Mission Hospital means you also have access to the only Level III NICU in the region.

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You’re having a baby — congratulations. If you’re looking for a hospital that marries a natural, unmedicated birth with the peace of mind of having advanced technology + specialists nearby, Mission Hospital’s low-intervention birth option offers:

  • Specially-trained nurses who provide natural pain relief methods and positioning support.
  • The choice of birthing balls, labor tubs + wireless fetal monitors.
  • An encouragement to use calming music and aromatherapy, and to have your midwife join, if desired.
  • Immediate access to emergency medical services, if needed.

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