INTEGRIS Women's Health Edmond

Our clinic offers a safe, comfortable and caring environment for women in all stages of life.



4833 INTEGRIS Parkway
Suite 200
Edmond, OK 73034

INTEGRIS Women's Health Edmond offers the highest quality care for women of all ages in a setting that is unrivaled by any in Edmond. Our team of highly qualified women's health specialists make your health their top priority. Our clinic offers a safe, comfortable and caring environment for women in all stages of life. Should you choose INTEGRIS as the birthplace for your baby, we have excellent options for you, very close to home. From all of us at INTEGRIS Women's Health Edmond, we look forward to getting to know you and are excited to help improve the health of our neighbors, friends and the Edmond community.

Edmond Labor and Delivery Hospital

The 10 patient rooms in our Women’s Center are large and provide a comfortable surrounding not only for mom, dad and baby, but for the many visitors who follow such a wonderful time as this. The INTEGRIS Health Edmond Women's Center features the latest labor and delivery services offered in Edmond including the following.

  • 10 private labor and delivery recovery and postpartum suites

  • Level II Special Care Nursery

  • Electronic infant security system

  • Lactation consultation

  • C-section capabilities

  • Experienced labor and delivery staff

  • Board certified OB/GYNs, Neonatologists & Pediatricians

  • Maternity Triage

  • Spacious visitor and family waiting area

Take a Tour
Tours of the INTEGRIS Health Edmond labor and delivery center are offered every Wednesday at noon and the first Thursday evening of every month.Pre-registration is required for evening tour. Please contact the INTEGRIS HealthLine at 951-2277 to register.

INTEGRIS Health Edmond is Baby-Friendly®
INTEGRIS Health Edmond Women’s Center has achieved the Baby Friendly Designation. This facility upholds the World Health Organization/UNICEF “Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding” published in a joint statement entitled: “Protecting, Promoting and Supporting Breastfeeding: The Special Role of Maternity Services”.