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Across our departments, new graduates and veteran nurses with decades of experience work side by side to provide total patient care to women and children, ranging from stable, low-risk care to critical, high-risk medical services. Our nurses work alongside a wide variety of specialists, including obstetricians, midwives, maternal-fetal medicine specialists, neonatologists, pediatric hospitalists, and neonatal, pediatric, and family nurse practitioners.

Each unit has an active shared governance that works on quality improvement projects that are staff driven to improve care for our patient populations. Specialty courses are provided in-house, including NRP, STABLE, PALS, ENPC, ACLS, and fetal monitoring.


  • Nineteen labor, delivery, recovery, and postpartum rooms; five antepartal rooms; three triage beds; and two operating rooms.
  • Nurses learn the entire continuum of postpartum, newborn, labor, and antepartum nursing.
  • Nurses build a foundation through a six-week postpartum and newborn care orientation, then progress to transition and labor training.

Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

  • Level III NICU.
  • Thirteen single rooms, two twin rooms, one triplet room, and a three-bed transition nursery.
  • NICU flight team to transport high-acuity infants to Benefis for critical care.
  • Nurses start with a 13-week orientation alongside a veteran NICU nurse to build a solid foundation before taking patients on their own.
  • Nurses will progress in their training to include higher-acuity babies as well as attending high-risk deliveries.


  • Twelve single rooms and two double rooms.
  • Pediatric team treats all pediatric patients from medical, surgical, and pediatric intensive care, including diabetic ketoacidosis, trauma, respiratory, surgical, and behavioral health issues.
  • Nurses start with a six-week orientation as an introduction to the variety of diagnosis seen on the pediatric floor.

Contact Us

Toni Hackett
Manager of Pediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care Units
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Kristen Srna
Manager of Obstetrics Unit
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