AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center Glen Oaks (Glendale Heights) [Doctor-Attended Birth] | BirthGuide Chicago

AMITA Health Adventist Medical Center Glen Oaks (Glendale Heights) [Doctor-Attended Birth]

Address:
701 Winthrop Ave
Glendale Heights, IL 60139
(630) 545-8000

Hospital | Doctor-attended birth

Outcomes:

Overall C-Section Rate (risk adjusted) - 23.5%

As compared to Chicago-area hospitals, this rate is:
Among the LOWEST
low
MEDIUM - LOW
med-low
MEDIUM - HIGH
med-high
Among the HIGHEST
High

Primary C-Section Rate (risk adjusted) - 10.9%

As compared to Chicago-area hospitals, this rate is:
Among the LOWEST
low
MEDIUM - LOW
med-low
MEDIUM - HIGH
med-high
Among the HIGHEST
High

VBAC Rate (risk adjusted) - 19.4%

As compared to Chicago-area hospitals, this rate is:
Among the HIGHEST
High
MEDIUM - HIGH
med-high
MEDIUM - LOW
med-low
Among the LOWEST
low

Exclusive Breastfeeding Rate - 36.9%

As compared to Chicago-area hospitals, this rate is:
Among the HIGHEST
High
MEDIUM - HIGH
med-high
MEDIUM - LOW
med-low
Among the LOWEST
low
  • Number of VBAC deliveries per year- 12
  • Epidural Rate - no data provided
  • Overall Induction Rate - no data provided
  • Early Elective Deliveries - 2 %
  • Episiotomy Rate - 2%

Maternity Care Overview

“Choosing where to deliver your baby is an important decision and AMITA Health has specially designed its Birth Centers to welcome your new baby into the world in beautiful, safe surroundings. At AMITA Health we deliver individualized, family-centered care, striving to be open, inclusive and compassionate as we tend to your needs. We are inspired by faith and a legacy of quality care delivered with dignity and empathy, and we embrace you as one of our own.”

“When you first meet your bundle of joy, it should be in a cozy and comfortable atmosphere that feels just like home. So we’ve designed the private Birth Centers at the AMITA Health Women’s Health Institute with soft, warm touches and amenities that make every moment as comfortable as can be — such as ethnic meals and culturally sensitive staff, onsite lactation support and overnight beds for family members. Whatever your birthing preferences are, AMITA Health’s team of OB-GYNs, certified nurse midwives and doulas can work to accommodate them.”

“At Adventist GlenOaks Hospital’s birthing center, you’ll enjoy a spacious, comfortable place for your labor, delivery and recovery from childbirth. We offer:

  • Private Rooms. Your birthing experience will only be shared with those you request to have in the room and our staff.
  • Hiding the High Tech. Your suite is equipped with state-of-the-art monitors and other high-tech medical equipment — neatly tucked out of sight, but immediately available if needed. It’s all part of making your suite look like a cozy bedroom instead of a hospital room.
  • Help is Right at Hand. Our nurses’ station is right outside your door, so we can respond to your requests quickly.
  • Stay Together. Dad or another support person can stay overnight in your suite. Each suite features a couch with pull-out bed.
  • Keeping Pain at Bay. Choose from a full range of options for managing pain, including relaxation techniques or epidurals. You’ll be under the safe care of a board-certified anesthesiologist with expertise in pain management for labor and delivery.
  • Cesarean Delivery? You’ll be well cared for in a special room designed exclusively for mother and newborn. Once your baby is born, you can relax in your private suite.
  • Skin-to-skin contact. The power of first impressions is well known and nothing is more significant than the first time your baby experiences life outside the comfort of your womb. Because the first hour following birth is so momentous, AMITA Health has named it the “Golden Hour.” The goal of the Golden Hour is to provide you and your baby with this important skin-to-skin contact as soon as possible. Many research studies have confirmed that this immediate skin-to-skin contact produces numerous benefits for you and your baby, for full-term and, as appropriate, for premature babies as well.
  • Rooming In? Keep your newborn in your room for as long as you’d like. When you’d like to rest, your nurse can take your baby to our certified Level 2 Nursery to sleep. If you prefer, your baby can remain in your room throughout your stay. Rooming in or in the nursery — the choice is yours.
  • Nurses Who Care About You and Your Baby. You’ll find our nurses compassionate, caring and truly helpful.  Whether you’re a first-time mom or a mom of many, you can look to our nurses for tips on feeding, bathing, soothing and caring for your baby. Our caring doesn’t end when you leave Adventist GlenOaks Hospital.  One of our nurses will call you a few days after you’re home — to check how you’re doing and to answer any questions.
  • Breastfeeding: Best for Your Baby. We encourage all mothers to consider breastfeeding their babies.  In most cases, it’s the healthiest option for your baby’s immunity and growth.  It’s also a good way to bond with your baby.
  • Family & Friends. We know this is a special time for family and friends.  Our visiting hours are flexible and understanding. Dad or another support person can sleep with you in your room using the pull-out couch.
  • Security for Moms and Babies. Every baby is provided an ankle bracelet with identification numbers that match those of the mother’s.  All entrances and exits throughout the center are controlled by an electronic security system. No one can leave or enter the unit without proper authorization.”

 

INSURANCE

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MATERNITY SERVICE TOURS

You can take a virtual tour of the birthing center using the link below or call (844) OBTOURZ / (864) 628- 6879) to schedule an in-person tour.  You’ll see where your baby will be born and where you will spend the first hours together bonding, and have an opportunity to meet the nurses who will assist you.

CHILDBIRTH CLASSES

Adventist GlenOaks Hospital provides a series of free prenatal education classes each month. You can see a schedule of classes here.

Last updated: May 17, 2020
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