Obstetrics-Baby Pictures


Obstetrics - Baby Pictures
Upon arrival in the Sullivan County Community Hospital OB Department, moms-to-be will find three comfortable, well-equipped labor, delivery and postpartum rooms. These rooms are used by the patient from admission to discharge. All newborns are given a hearing screen during their stay. There is plenty of family bonding time since infants room in and fathers may stay overnight. Prenatal courses are offered six times per year for expectant parents. They are on the second Saturday of the even months, and are from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the SCCH Large Conference Room. Anesthesia coverage is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, including epidurals and TAP blocks. C-sections are performed at SCCH, if needed.

Links to Other Maternity-Related World-Wide-Web Sites:


As a service and convenience to our visitors, we have provided the hyper-links listed below. These links are to other health-related and community-interest Web sites and are provided for your convenience and entertainment. Sullivan County Community Hospital does not endorse these sites and the information contained in them should not be considered a reflection of the views of the Hospital. The Hospital does not guarantee the accuracy of the information presented on other Web sites, nor does the Hospital endorse the information presented in sites linked to this Web site. In addition, Sullivan County Community Hospital is not responsible for any errors or omissions in the information provided in any Web site linked to this site. We encourage you to confirm all health-related information contained on any Web site with your physician. 
  • AmazingBabyClub.com - Link to a site published by Earth’s Magic, LLC that includes news, articles, message boards, journals and more. The site is aimed toward those that are pregnant or have just given birth.
  • AmazingPregnancy.com - Link to a site published by Earth’s Magic, LLC that includes news, articles, message boards, journals and more. The site is aimed toward those that are pregnant or have just given birth.
  • American Academy of Pediatrics - The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and its member pediatricians dedicate their efforts and resources to the health, safety and well-being of infants, children, adolescents and young adults. Members include pediatricians, pediatric medical sub-specialists and pediatric surgical specialists.
  • At Home Mothers - Link to a site that claims to provide "complete support for the at-home motherhood lifestyle."
  • BabyCenter - BabyCenter.com, together with its companion site ParentCenter.com, claims to be the leading destination on the Internet for new and expectant parents. Per the site, it is a Web resource for parents of children ages 2 to 8, and is dedicated to helping find the information and support that parents need during pregnancy and in caring for a babies, toddlers, or children.
  • Beansprout.net - Link to a site that specializes in connecting parents with their pediatricians and child care providers.
  • Breastfeeding.com - This site claims to be the #1 site for brestfeeding information, support and attitude.
  • Bright Futures - Link to a site that advocates a developmental approach to providing health supervision for children of all ages.
  • ColicHelp.com - Link to a site published by Earth’s Magic, LLC that includes news, articles, message boards, journals and more. The site is aimed toward those that have a baby with colic type tendencies or symptoms.
  • KidsGrowth.com - Link to a source for health information developed by pediatricians and an on-line health information leader for parents.
  • KidsHealth.org - Link to a site that was called "the most visited pediatric Web site in the nation." and "was named best Web site for health content at the eHealthcare World Conference in New York")1
  • La Leche League - Link to a site that provides education, information, support and encouragement to breast-feeding mothers.
  • MorningSicknessHelp.com - Link to a site published by Earth’s Magic, LLC that includes news, articles, message boards, journals and more. The site is aimed toward those going through pregnancy.
  • Motherstuff - Link to Motherstuff, a privately published site that claims to be a "meta-index of mother-knowledge on the Internet."
  • National Safe Kids Campaign - The National SAFE KIDS Campaign claims to be the first national organization dedicated solely to the prevention of unintentional childhood injury.
  • ParentCenter.com - ParentCenter.com, together with its companion site BabyCenter.com, claims to be the leading destination on the Internet for new and expectant parents. Per the site, it is a Web resource for parents of children ages 2 to 8, and is dedicated to helping find the information and support that parents need during pregnancy and in caring for a babies, toddlers, or children.
  • ParenthoodWeb.com - Link to a parenting site published by United Advertising Publications, Inc.
  • Parentsoup - Link to a parenting site published by http://www.iVillage.com.
  • ParentsPlace.com - Link to another parenting site published by http://www.iVillage.com.
  • SafeKids.Com - This site contains tips, advice and suggestions to make your family's on-line experience fun and productive.
  • TeenGrowth.com - Link to a source for health information developed by pediatricians and an on-line health information leader for teens.
  • The Labor of Love - Link to a site published by Earth’s Magic, LLC that includes news, articles, message boards, journals and more. The site is aimed toward those that are trying to conceive, struggling with infertility, pregnant, or already a mom or dad.

  • Baby Apparel and Accessories:

  • store.babycenter.com
  • www.babygap.com