The New Women’s & Children’s Center at Moses Cone Hospital
Information Related to COVID-19 Restrictions
- Laboring women (regardless of age): Allowed to have one person with them for their entire hospital visit. That one person can be a spouse, partner or doula.
- All visitors during zero-visitor restrictions must submit to a screening survey regarding their health.
- All OB care providers and nurses at Women's & Children's Center at Moses Cone Hospital will work with individual patients to support their goals related to the birthing experience.
- Due to the current precautions related to the coronavirus, we are unable to offer nitrous oxide and waterbirths at this time.
Cone Health sees community doulas as valued members of the birthing care team. An application process has been established for community doulas to provide their services on Cone Health campuses. Visit our online form to learn about the measures we have in place to elevate the doula role beyond visitor status.
The same exceptional providers and care teams the community knows at Cone Health Women’s Hospital are now serving patients at the new Cone Health Women’s & Children’s Center at Moses Cone Hospital.
As you prepare for the arrival of your new baby (or babies!), we want you to know we are here to assist you throughout your pregnancy, labor and delivery process, and even with care after your delivery . Our family-centered maternity care approach reflects the exceptional care our moms, babies and families can count on.
(The information on this site is designed for women choosing to deliver at Cone Health Women's & Children’s Center. Get more information about delivering at Alamance Regional Medical Center.)