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We are one of the Valley’s premier facilities for maternity and birthing care. Peters Future Generations Center staff provides superior care for mothers, babies and families through the entire birthing process.
Labor and Delivery
In late November 2012, the first phase of construction was completed. In this phase, we opened 4 new labor and delivery rooms and 2 new Cesarean section rooms. You will find that each room is equipped with the latest in modern technology and a warm, home-like atmosphere. By June of 2014, the remaining new labor and delivery rooms will be completed.
Should you need a Cesarean section (C-section) to deliver your baby, you can take comfort in knowing that the labor and delivery unit at the Peters Future Generations Center is fully staffed and equipped to provide this surgery.
Our postpartum unit has been temporarily relocated to the 5th floor of the new bed tower while construction continues on the original bed tower which will eventually become the new Women's and Infants' Pavilion. By June of 2014 the original bed tower renovation will be completed and postpartum will return to this location.
The new 8-bed Neonatal Instensive Care Unit (NICU) opened in late November 2012 with the finest equipment and highly trained staff to care for your infant should specialized care be required.
There may be times while you are here that your baby needs to visit the newborn nursery. Rest assured, specially trained nurses will be with your newborn to comfort and soothe during this time away from mom.
Baby's first precious moments
Clovis Community Medical Center has partnered with Photo Nursery to capture those first precious photos.
Safety and security is a top priority at Clovis Community. We have strict procedures in place to ensure the safety of your baby.
If you plan to breastfeed, our specially trained nurses and lactation specialists will get you started immediately. Before you are discharged home from the hospital, one of our lactation specialists will meet with you to assess how breastfeeding is going with your new infant, answer any questions you may have and offer support and education. Breastfeeding classes are offered during 9 months of the year - see the on-site 2013 class schedule under the education page for dates.