The Maternal Child Services Department provides care and services for obstetrical, neonatal, infant and gynecological patients in northeast Wyoming. We provide care and services to low-risk, as well as high-risk (level two) obstetrical, neonatal, infant and gynecological patients. Four birthing suites make the birth experience as homelike as possible, with an adjacent C-section room if needed.
Our Level II Nursery cares for premature newborns needing more intensive care. Special Care Nursery has moved into the Intensive Care Unit on the fourth floor and continues to provide services for infants with illnesses such as RSV (a respiratory virus that can be serious in infants).
Mission: We will provide compassionate and individualized care with skill and dedication to our women, infant, and their families.
Vision: The Maternal Child unit at CCMH will be the first choice for the heart of northeastern Wyoming by providing safe and superior care for our moms and babies.
- B - best care with the best talent
- I - integrity in every interaction, every time
- R - relentless pursuit of the highest quality of care
- T - together, as a team, teaching healthcare and wellness to our patients
- H - high quality service through compassion and caring
Campbell County Memorial Hospital has the third 3rd highest delivery rate in the state of Wyoming.
The birth of a child is one of the most memorable events a family can experience. Campbell County Memorial Hospital has a range of different prenatal classes to help prepare for the new arrival. Classes include Prenatal Class Series, Prenatal Breastfeeding Class and Prenatal Sibling Class. All Classes are FREE but registration is required. Call 307.688.2200. Learn more about the Prenatal Classes here.
Mothers' Milk Bank
Mothers' Milk Bank is a partnership between Campbell County Health and
Rocky Mountain Children’s Health Foundation. Mothers’ Milk Bank safely screens, collects, processes and dispenses donated human milk as a community service, providing human milk to babies whose own mothers cannot supply the milk to meet their baby’s needs.
- 2007 = 746
- 2008 = 787
- 2009 = 884
- 2010 = 762
Maternal/Child Services has 18 RNs who have been in nursing for more than 20 years. This is the highest number of any department at Campbell County Memorial Hospital.
Vaginal Birth After C-section (VBAC) Statement
The physicians of Campbell County Health take the health and wellbeing of our patients very seriously. We strive to provide a full range of services, including maternity services to meet the needs and preferences of each and every one of our patients. Read more.