From childbirth to menopause and beyond, a woman’s physical, emotional and spiritual needs are constantly changing. The need for skilled, compassionate healthcare remains constant. Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau addresses women’s lifelong health issues with a comprehensive array of programs and services delivered by highly skilled, supportive specialists.
Saint Francis Medical Center’s state-of-the-art Family BirthPlace was designed around the needs and desires of expectant moms. Family BirthPlace is home to the region’s first labor-delivery-recovery-postpartum (LDRP) suites, and incorporates an array of beneficial features to make childbirth a more warm, relaxing, comfortable experience for mothers and their families.
The Level III NICU provides the most sophisticated care for premature or critically ill newborns. It is staffed by board certified, fellowship-trained neonatologists, which offers the reassurance of specialized care to families, if their baby should need it.
Having this high level of care in Cape Girardeau means that infants can receive the attention they need while staying close to their family and home, which is why so many mothers choose to deliver their babies at Saint Francis.
The state-of-the-art Children’s Center at Saint Francis Medical Center provides compassionate, comprehensive care to children of all ages (newborn through 17 years old) suffering from various illnesses and injuries. Parents can rest assured their children will receive high-quality medical and surgical care from leading specialists who understand pediatric medicine.
Womancare offers a range of resources to meet women’s breast health needs. Our Cape Girardeau physicians, on-site surgeons, trained registered nurses and radiology technologists offer education and exams, and also provide prompt, personalized tests and treatments. Equipped with the latest technology, we provide excellent clinical care, from early detection and diagnosis to treatment and support.
For more information about Women & Children’s Services at Saint Francis Medical Center, call 573–331–3996.