Labor and Delivery

Clear Lake Campus Hospital

The new UTMB Health Clear Lake Campus is located at 200 Blossom Street in Webster. Labor and Delivery and the Mother-Baby Unit are located on the 5th floor.

UTMB Health Labor and Delivery provides exceptional care for mothers and their newborns in spacious birthing suites utilizing a family-centered approach called Couplet Care during the birthing experience. Specialized nursery services are also available at the UTMB Health Clear Lake Campus in a beautiful 8-bed nursery that features private rooms where parents can visit or stay with their infants.

We've made the pre-registration process simple and easy. No appointment is necessary for pre-registration. Our registration team is located on the first floor of the Clear Lake Campus hospital behind the Welcome Desk. The registration staff is available daily from 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and can be reached at (832) 632-7322. 

Labor and Delivery

  • Clear Lake Birthing Suites and Additional Amenities
    • Eight spacious labor and delivery suites and 16 mother/baby rooms
    • Reserved parking for expectant moms in front of ER
    • Dedicated Operating Room suites
    • Comfort amenities in each suite including a sofa-bed for an overnight guest
    • Large windows in every room for plenty of natural light
    • Mini refrigerators in each mother/baby room
    • Eight private special care nursery rooms
    • State-of-the-art infant security system
    • Dedicated lactation consultant available to provide breastfeeding support
    • 24–hour language assistance
    • Couplet Care provides a nurse who cares for both the mother and her baby during their stay. This nurse is specialized in caring for the family as a unit.
  • Clear Lake Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU)

    UTMB Health’s Clear Lake Hospital Campus is home to a Level II Neonatal Facility. This state designation allows short-term care of medically complex newborns born at 32 weeks gestation or later and weighing at least 1500 grams ( 3.31 pounds). In addition to having neonatal specialist physicians on call, the unit is covered around the clock by nurse practitioners and physician assistants in addition to the nursing staff. At Level II, the care team can provide respiratory support using CPAP and short-term mechanical ventilation. For babies who need continued advanced care, UTMB has a Level IV NICU just a few miles away in Galveston -- the only Level IV NICU in the region not located in Houston.

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Clear Lake Campus Labor and Delivery room
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Birthing Suite Tours

The Clear Lake Birthing Suite tours are available every Sunday at 1 p.m. For more information contact the L&D team at (832) 632-7564.

Enjoy this virtual tour of our Labor and Delivery services.

Childbirth Education Classes

Childbirth 101

Learn everything you need to know about your upcoming birth and how to take care of your baby in this course.

This course includes information on preparing for the birth of your child and coping with labor and birth, hospital practices, induction and augmentation of labor, medications, epidurals, cesarean birth, postpartum, baby care, and breastfeeding.

All expecting moms are welcome to join our childbirth education classes.

We also offer a separate class on breastfeeding with more in-depth information to help you successfully bond with your baby and improve your chances of breastfeeding.

Register for in-person class in Clear Lake

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Credit Card payment will be collected during the registration confirmation phone call. If paying by cash or check, you will be instructed on options to arrange payment during the confirmation phone call. If you have any questions about registration or payment please contact Julie Tavarez-Bunyan at (832) 632-7564.

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