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Your home away from home for the birth of your baby.

Labor is an individual experience and at Tomah Memorial Hospital it’s our goal make yours special. While some moms want the experience to be as natural as possible, others prefer a more structured approach. Tomah offers the latest obstetric techniques in a warm, caring environment.  

Two comfortable and spacious labor and delivery rooms are available, with a birthing tub in a separate area for those choosing this delivery option. The private post partum rooms have a single or a queen size bed, and your support person is welcome to stay with you. Fetal monitoring, epidurals and Cesarean births are available.

Our entire staff is prepared to meet your needs. They are trained in the latest obstetric techniques, including Neonatal Resuscitation and Advanced Cardiac Life Support. If you want to breastfeed your baby, staff is available to support you and provide educational videos and materials.

Childbirth Education

Our New Beginnings Birth Center team includes dedicated instructors who cover all aspects of childbirth and infant care. Our Prepared Childbirth Class is available during the evenings and on Saturdays, while a refresher course is available for experienced moms. We also offer classes for Water Birthing, Breastfeeding, Infant CPR and Car Seat Safety. A Siblings Class is also offered to prepare the soon-to-be big brother or big sister. View our 2015 Childbirth Education Class Schedule (PDF).


Security for you and your baby is paramount at Tomah Memorial. Our state-of-the-art infant security system provides peace of mind so you can focus on the new addition to your family.

4D Ultrasound

For expecting parents, the Radiology Department at Tomah Memorial Hospital offers the latest in 4D ultrasound technology. Visit the 4D page to learn more.

For more information or to tour the New Beginnings Birth Center, call (608) 372-2181 or (608) 374-0220.

Visiting Hours

Visitors are allowed between
10:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m.

Please check in at the OB desk with a staff member prior to going into a patient’s room. Quiet time is encouraged for all OB patients and their infants from 1:30 p.m.–4:00 p.m. Quiet time is designated for family bonding, rest and patient education.