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Houston Medical Center - The Women's Center

This state-of-the-art facility, opened in September 1997, offers family-centered, quality care for women and infants.

The Women's CenterEquipped with Skytron lights and a comprehensive fetal monitoring system, the birthing suites allow new moms to labor, deliver and recover in the same room. The Women's Center's Special Delivery staff practices "mother-baby nursing," where one nurse cares for both mom and baby throughout their stay. Other features of The Women's Center include a special operating suite for C-sections, a neonatal intensive care nursery, outpatient testing rooms and a classroom for educational programs and breast feeding consultation.

Education is an integral part of our Special Delivery family-centered maternity care. We want to include parents, brothers, sisters, special partners and others significant to the family group. In addition to the classes described below, in-hospital education includes:

  • The Women's CenterOne-on-one parenting and baby care instruction
    from your nurse
  • A lactation consultant specially trained to assist with breastfeeding, both in the hospital and after you go home
  • Audio-visual aids about baby care for viewing in
    your room
  • Printed educational material to read during your
    stay and to take home.

The Newborn Channel - Patient Education Library 

As a patient of Houston Medical Center, we want you to have the information you need to care for your newest addition to your family. Our goal is to educate our patients, families, and caregivers to promote overall wellness and recovery during your stay with us and at home.

Our patient education library provides easy-to-understand programming on a variety of topics including newborn care, breastfeeding, baby development, shaken baby syndrome, circumcisions, immunizations, pregnancy, postpartum care and more! This video library is available 24 hours a day and on any device with a wi-fi connection.

We encourage you view these programs and to share this resource with your caregivers today!


Special Delivery Education Programs:

 For more information or to register for any of the following classes, please call 923-9771.

Baby Care Boot Camp

This is an excellent class for those who will care for newborns and young infants. The training covers a variety of topics from infant health and safety to caring for fussy babies. Participants will learn baby care essentials including bathing, diapering, feeding, healthy sleeping and eating patterns, cord care, and much more. The class provides education as well as an opportunity to ask questions or discuss concerns. Cost is $5.

  • Cost $5.00; must be pre-paid before class at EduCare Dept.
  • Call 923-9771 for information on upcoming classes and/or to register.


Breastfeeding Class

Breastfeeding is the best and ideal way of feeding your baby. Your breast milk is perfectly matched to meet your baby’s needs for proper growth and development. This class provides expectant moms with all the information needed to be successful in breastfeeding your newborn. Learn about the proper latch, various feeding positions, infant feeding cues, guidelines for frequency and duration of feedings, and much more!

  • Free
  • Offered Monthly
  • Call 923-9771 for more information or register online at


Gestational Diabetes Education Program

Gestational Diabetes can be a very serious condition of pregnancy if not controlled. The goal of the program is to work collaboratively with the patient’s physician and staff to ensure a good outcome for both mother and baby. The program includes a Registered Nurse providing diabetes education as well as how to monitor blood sugar or insulin administration as needed. The program also includes nutritional instruction with a Registered Dietitian.

  • Class is free.
  • Call 923-9771 for more information on upcoming classes.


Grandparenting 101

Grandparents play a special and important role in any family; however, times have changed, as well as the information related to child-rearing. That's why it's important to be familiar with current baby-care issues. This class focuses on infants through three years of age, and will include information on safety issues, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), infant development, schedules and routines, along with a car seat overview. If you are new or soon-to-be grandparents or are currently raising your grandchildren, this class is for you.

  • Class is free
  • Call 923-9771 or check
    the online calendar at 
    for upcoming classes.


Great Expectations Prepared Childbirth Series

These classes help the expectant family make informed decisions about their birth experience. We cover anatomy of the reproductive system, stages of labor, birth, cesarean sections, epidurals, basic baby care, maternal care after delivery, and a tour of the Women’s Center at Houston Medical Center. You will learn the importance of relaxation along with a variety of coping skills for labor. Call 923-9771 for more information on upcoming classes.

  • Meets one night per week for six weeks.
  • Class is free.
  • Participants should dress comfortably.


Sibling Class

An exciting way for children to prepare for a new baby’s arrival. This class is organized for a child’s short attention span with activities that are fast-paced, well-planned, and, above all, fun! The class includes a video, tour of The Women’s Center, discussion, storytelling and refreshments.

  • Class is free
  • For children ages 3 to 10.
  • A parent is required to attend with their children.
  • Class is monthly.
  • Call 923-9771 for more information on upcoming classes.


Houston Medical Center
1601 Watson Boulevard
Warner Robins, Georgia 31093
Telephone: (478) 922-4281


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1120 Morningside Drive
Perry, Georgia 31069
Telephone: (478) 987-3600

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