Considering giving birth at the Norman Regional HealthPlex? We would love to be a part of your growing family! Watch the video below to virtually tour our Labor and Delivery and Mother/Baby units. Click here to read about some of the benefits of delivering at the Norman Regional HealthPlex and sign up for a special new mom goody bag from our family to yours! *Due to COVID-19, we are not offering in-person tours at this time.
Please pardon our construction at the Norman Regional HealthPlex. Our entrances and parking lots have changed.
Unscheduled Patients: All UNSCHEDULED OB visits should use the newly created Emergency Entrance. It is important that OB patients arriving for unscheduled visits use the emergency entrance so they can be properly assessed and taken to the OB Emergency Department (OBED).
Scheduled Patients: Patients who are scheduled for a procedure should continue to use the Women’s and Children’s Entrance.
Please park in the newly created parking lot west of the hospital (just south of the West Norman Professional Building) and then proceed to the HealthPlex hospital.
You will NOT be able to enter or park at the HealthPlex hospital‘s EAST side during construction. Access from the I-35 service road to the HealthPlex will be CLOSED during construction.
Please allow extra time to drive to, find parking and walk to your appointment at the HealthPlex due to construction. Thank you for your patience as we grow to best meet your health and wellness needs.
*If you are in labor or having labor-like pains, please have your designated driver drop you off directly in front of the new Emergency Entrance before parking or park in the emergency parking lot to make it as convenient for you as possible.
Women's and Children's Services
From your first trimester to their last semester, we’re here to take care of you and your kids.
We know the littlest patients need the biggest expertise and with experienced obstetricians, an obstetrical emergency department, a supportive labor and delivery department, Level III NICU, pediatric hospitalists, local pediatricians and more, we offer you and your kids the best care possible while allowing you to be close to home.
Our services are housed in the Women's and Children's Pavilion at the Norman Regional HealthPlex. Areas on the first floor include women’s and children's, the neonatal intensive care unit, and a playroom for pediatric patients. On the second floor is labor and delivery and women's surgery. On the third floor is the mother-baby unit and the nursery.
The Women's and Children's Pavilion has a dedicated elevator and entrance for patients and their families. All rooms are completely private and feature hardwood-like flooring, beautiful furnishings, state of-the-art medical equipment, and plenty of natural light.
Find out more:
- Our online classes: We can help prepare you for what’s to come.
- Medical Resources for Parents
- What the Norman Regional HealthPlex has to offer for Labor & Delivery
- Thinking about having a baby? Here are some things to consider.
- What to pack in your hospital bag for labor & delivery
- Benefits of skin-to-skin with your newborn
To protect our new moms and babies, we will limit visitors beginning Monday, Aug. 2. The current visitor guidelines are outlined below:
- Labor & Delivery patients can have one designated visitor throughout their labor.
- OBED patients can have one designated visitor throughout their visit.
- Mother Baby patients can have one visitor at a time.
- NICU patients can have mom and dad or mom and support person only. No other visitors allowed.
Visitors can come and go between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. If a visitor wishes to stay past 7 p.m., they are able to do so, but they will not be allowed to reenter until 7 a.m. if they leave the building.
Visitors are required to wear a mask the entire time they’re within Norman Regional facilities, per current CDC guidelines.
Visitors will have their temperature taken and be asked screening questions upon entry into the facility.
Thank you for following these guidelines and for helping us keep our patients, our healers, and our visitors safe.