Birthing Center

The Birthing Center at INTEGRIS Bass Baptist Health Center in Enid, Okla., offers specialized care and education for expecting parents. Whether it’s a first-time mom or a more experienced one, the staff at INTEGRIS Bass treats each one like family.

All nurses who work at the birthing center are certified in Neonatal Resuscitation to handle any problems that may arise and 13 nurses are nationally certified. INTEGRIS Bass also has an Internationally Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) on staff.

Guests enjoy beautifully furnished suites, which include a birthing bed, dinette, sleeper chair, bassinet and entertainment center with a CD player and TV/VCR. Each suite also has its own private Jacuzzi tub.

The hospital provides the latest alternative therapies for labor including, a labor support chair, birthing balls to allow the baby to descend into the pelvis, music therapy and nurses who have special training in labor support.

Bass Birthing Center provides breastfeeding support to all mothers while they are in the hospital. The lactation consultant will make rounds on all breastfeeding mothers during their hospital stay.

The birthing center offers a variety of educational classes and times to meet busy schedules.

Birthing Center features:

  • Home-like birthing suites with Jacuzzi tubs in each room
  • Dedicated surgical suite for mothers undergoing c-sections
  • State-of-the-art infant security system
  • Well baby nursery and a special care nursery
  • Lactation consulting room
  • Educational conference room 

Special Care Nursery

If a baby requires a higher level of care, INTEGRIS Bass has a Level II Special Care Nursery available. The Special Care Nursery is equipped with the most advanced technology and highly qualified nursing staff to deal with any complications a newborn might have in Enid.

Parents with infants in the Level II Special Care Nursery are offered overnight accommodations in one of the hospital’s courtesy rooms. This gives parents time to nurture and care for their infant while learning how to care for the special needs of your baby.

For those rare, extremely premature births, a lighted heliport provides immediate transport to various Level III neonatal intensive care units in the state.

Special Extras

Before leaving the hospital, every baby born at INTEGRIS Bass is given a hearing screening using state-of-the-art auditory assessment equipment. The screening is done while the baby is asleep and measures the baby’s brain response to a series of clicking noises.

INTEGRIS Bass also offers the Newborn Channel, a 24-hour educational television network delivered directly to your room. The programming, which is available in English and Spanish, addresses a myriad of topics from postpartum care for mom to how to soothe a crying baby.

Find an Enid OBGYN

If you are not yet established with an OBGYN, we have a number of physicians to choose from.