Loma Linda University's Children’s Hospital named among America's Best Maternity Hospitals 2024 by Newsweek

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Loma Linda University's Children’s Hospital named among America's Best Maternity Hospitals 2024 by Newsweek

The hospital provides comprehensive labor and delivery services with a delivery rate exceeding 4,000 babies each year.

News | United States | Linda Ha, with ANN Staff

The Loma Linda University's Children's Hospital in California, United States, has been honored as one of America's Best Maternity Hospitals 2024 by Newsweek in partnership with Statista Inc., recognizing the facility for excelling in providing care to mothers, newborns, and their families. The recognition was based on a nationwide survey of medical professionals, key performance indicators, and patient survey results.

"Here at Children's Hospital, our top priority has always been delivering exceptional care to our community's families," said Peter Baker, senior vice president and administrator of Children's Hospital. “This recognition from Newsweek highlights our commitment to ensuring that each expectant mother and newborn receives top-notch support and expertise every step of the way."

Loma Linda University Health provides moms and babies comprehensive pregnancy, labor, and delivery care in a service area covering 25% of California. 

The Children's Hospital delivers quality and compassionate maternity care in the San Manuel Maternity Pavilion, which opened in August 2021. The hospital provides comprehensive labor and delivery services with a delivery rate exceeding 4,000 babies each year. It is equipped to handle low-risk and high-risk births with specially designed operating rooms, including C-section facilities and a Level IV neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). 

This marks the hospital's fourth time receiving this award. The complete list of recipients is available online and soon at newsstands nationwide.

The original article was published on the Loma Linda University Health website.