Keeping you safe during the COVID-19 pandemic
Know that we are doing everything possible to keep you safe as we continue to care for you during this pandemic. This includes:
- Rigorously following infection control measures at our clinic
- Offering alternatives to in-person visits
- Helping you understand what appointments you should keep during this time
To learn more about when and how to seek care during this time, visit this page.
A brand new birthing center
St. Luke’s has completely renovated its Birthing Center. Every suite features all-new furnishings, a private bathroom with a newborn bathing sink and family-friendly areas. Open storage and an intuitive design help guests feel at home. The entire experience—from music to aromatherapy—can be personalized to fit your preferences. All of the remodeled birthing suites are now open and available to families.
Thoughtful design created a place that looks and feels more like a high-end hotel than a hospital, yet provides the peace of mind of welcoming your baby into the world surrounded by our expert physicians, nurses and the capabilities of a Level II nursery.
Our team is committed to providing you with the customized birth experience you deserve. When it comes to pain management during labor, our team supports everything from non-interventional or low-intervention labor techniques to nitrous oxide and epidurals. We want you to labor and deliver in the way that you want. All of the services we offer are designed to give you as many options as possible, and we encourage you to outline your wishes for your birth experience using our birth plan.
Also, St. Luke's is proud to partner with the Minnesota Milk Bank for Babies (MMBB) to help coordinate breastmilk donations. Click here to learn more.
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On-Campus Directions & Parking
Park in the Hospital & Northland Ramp at 1000 E 1st Street. Follow the color-coded signs across the skywalk to St. Luke’s Hospital (blue).
Click here to view the St. Luke’s Campus Map.