Birthing center in Kissimmee, Florida

The Baby Suites at Osceola Regional Medical Center combine comfort, luxury and clinical excellence to make your birthing experience safe and unforgettable.

At the Baby Suites, we offer a Care-Like-Family approach, designed to offer expecting families the best in personable attention and comprehensive, quality care. Your new family awaits right here at Osceola Regional Medical Center in Kissimmee, FL.

We also offer a separate pediatric emergency room to continue caring for your child as they grow up.

To learn more about the Baby Suites, contact our Consult-A-Nurse® team at (800) 447-8206.


The Baby Suites is proud to offer:

  • Perinatologist and Neonatologists (who specialize in high-risk births and infants)
  • Obstetricians from the University of Central Florida College of Medicine faculty
  • Highly skilled nursing staff with experience in pregnancy, labor and delivery, and newborn care.
  • Spacious Labor and Delivery Suites with sleeper sofa, bassinet, baby warmer, and special accommodations for your relaxing, bonding time with your newborn.
  • Dedicated Cesarean Surgical Suites
  • Antepartum/High-Risk Care for moms who need a higher and/or extended level of care prior her delivery
  • Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) for newborns requiring a higher level of care.

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Tour the Baby Suites

To help expectant parents feel more comfortable going into labor and delivery, we offer tours of The Baby Suites and our neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). We will familiarize you with the pre-admission and admissions processes and show you all our suites have to offer.

To attend a tour of the Baby Suites, you can register online or call (407) 518-3380.

Childbirth education and support classes

The Baby Suites at Osceola Regional Medical Center offer a series of informative courses to help parents prepare for the arrival of their newborn. Classes are available to all parents planning to deliver their child at our hospital.

Our educational classes include:

  • Childbirth preparation class—During this course, we will discuss the signs and stages of labor, breathing and relaxation skills, the importance of a labor coach and medical interventions, such as an unplanned cesarean section.
  • Breastfeeding class—During this course, we will talk about breastfeeding as well as what to expect immediately following delivery and during the first few weeks with your newborn. Topics will include skin-to-skin contact, correct latching, milk production and how to know your child is getting enough to eat.

To sign up for one of our classes, you can register online or call us at (407) 518-3380.

Neonatal Intensive Care

Osceola Regional Medical Center provides the highest level of neonatology care for newborns in Osceola County—a Level III NICU. This includes intensive care for infants as young as 24 weeks old. If your child requires extra attention following birth, our on-site NICU is equipped with advanced neonatal equipment to ensure your child receives the care they need to grow stronger.

Pregnancy checklist

Whether this is your first child or you are an experienced mom, it's easy to feel overwhelmed by all there is to do. Don't worry. We have compiled a comprehensive list of what you should be thinking about and planning for during each phase of pregnancy.

  • Month one (five to eight weeks)
    • Choose an obstetrician and make your first appointment
    • Begin taking prenatal vitamins based on your doctor's recommendations
  • Month two (nine to 12 weeks)
    • Plan ahead for the expenses associated with labor and delivery by checking on your insurance coverage
    • Decide if giving birth in a hospital with a NICU is important for you
    • Begin researching where you want to give birth to your child
    • Schedule any necessary air travel to take place before 35 weeks
  • Month three (13 to 16 weeks)
    • Schedule your anatomy scan to take place between weeks 18 and 20, or when your doctor advises
    • Talk to your employer or school about taking maternity leave
    • Research child care services if you plan to return to work or school after birth
  • Month four (17 to 20 weeks)
    • Decide whether you want to find out and/or announce the gender of your child
    • Start your baby gift registry
    • Schedule a tour of the labor and delivery unit at your chosen hospital (such as the Baby Suites at Osceola Regional Medical Center)
  • Month five (21 to 24 weeks)
    • Register for and attend our hospital's free childbirth preparation class
    • Create a birth plan with guidance from your obstetrician
    • Schedule your glucose screening in accordance with your doctor's recommendations
  • Month six (25 to 28 weeks)
    • Register for and attend our hospital's free breastfeeding class, if you plan to breastfeed your child
    • Begin planning a baby shower for no later than 34 weeks
  • Month seven (29 to 32 weeks)
  • Month eight (33 to 36 weeks)
    • Begin preparing your hospital bag with the items suggested on your tour of the Baby Suites
    • If you are having a scheduled C-section, pre-register for your procedure online
    • Get your car seat installed and inspected in preparation for bringing your child home
  • Month nine (37 to 40 weeks)
    • Familiarize or remind yourself about the signs of labor
    • Have a transportation plan for getting to the hospital for delivery

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