Sharp Chula Vista Medical Center
Women's and Infants' Services at Sharp Chula Vista
Taking care of you and your family.
As the South Bay's largest provider of health care services for women and infants, we are committed to helping you through each stage of life — be it welcoming a new baby into your family or undergoing a gynecologic procedure.
Whether it's before, during or after birth, we're here to help meet your needs. As a new mother you have access to private labor and delivery suites, a dedicated room for Caesarean section deliveries, cord blood banking, a neonatal intensive care unit, breastfeeding classes and support groups in English and Spanish and a full range of gynecologic procedures.
With more than 3,000 babies delivered each year, our staff is ready to care for you and your family.
Time to bond with your loved ones.
We know how important family is at this time, and we encourage a safe environment for mothers and babies. If you plan to visit, please sign in at the security desk and follow these guidelines:
- Children who are under 12 years of age must be brothers and/or sisters of the newborn. All other visitors must be 12 years or older.
- Parents of visiting children must complete a health assessment form for each child
- Your support person (age 18 and over) may stay overnight with you and visit 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
- Your newborn's siblings may visit from 11 am to 8 pm
- Visiting hours are from 11 am to 8 pm
We want you and your visitors to be comfortable during your stay, which is why we offer fresh coffee, tea and cookies each day from 3 to 7 pm.
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