In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, HSHS continues to add to our staffing float pool to ensure we are prepared and ready to treat a potential surge in patients with COVID-19. As a member of the Staffing Float Pool Team, you will provide ad hoc assistance in a clinical capacity as needed at your designated HSHS facility. We’re looking for the following temporary – per diem/PRN positions: RNs and CNAs

What kind of Having A Baby Services can we help you find?

Breastfeeding Services

Designated Baby Friendly for You!

Car Seat Safety

Seat Safety Guidelines


Prenatal Basics

Designated Baby Friendly Hospital

Baby Friendly USA awarded the certification after a rigorous on-site survey.

Baby-Friendly Hospital

At baby-friendly hospitals, you and your family receive advanced medical care and the best hospital delivery options in a warm, soothing and inviting environment. After delivery, you and your baby will be visited and checked up on daily, nursing staff can help you learn how to care for your baby and prepare you for your return home, and lactation specialists can help you with your best option for feeding baby. Learn more about what it means to be a baby-friendly designated hospital.

Women and Infant Center Features

  • State of the art security system (HUGS) with a locked unit for you and your baby’s safety

  • Spacious two-room suites

  • Single-room maternity care so you don’t have to move rooms

  • NICU attached to the birthing unit, for high-risk mothers and newborns

  • Operating room suites inside the birthing unit for C-sections

  • Pain and anxiety management

    • Holistic methods, such as birthing balls and water therapy

    • Medical management, such as epidurals and anesthesiology 24/7

    • Nitrous oxide 

  • Baby-Friendly designated facility

    • Skin-to-skin contact with baby immediately following delivery

    • “Rooming-in” to allow baby and mom to bond

    • Breastfeeding support

    • Lactation specialists available 7 days a week

  • ​Updated bathrooms and delivery rooms provide a home-like atmosphere

  • Open visitation policy—dads may choose to stay overnight

  • Warm, friendly and experienced nursing staff provide individualized care

  • Laboring tub

  • Free WiFi

  • Modern family lounges

  • Specialty order meals delivered to you on your request

  • Complimentary snacks and welcome gift

  • Specialty coffee and pastry shop on site

  • Family celebration meal

  • Valet parking

  • Gift shop onsite

  • Birthing classes

  • Aromatherapy essential oils

  • Milk depot and dispensary

Two-Room Suites


Private, spacious and comfortable. 

St. Vincent's Women and Infants Center features Green Bay’s only two-room suites with exclusive amenities that cater to mothers, newborns and families. Here, spacious rooms feature home-like comforts, soothing touches and the latest medical equipment to make all the difference.

“Suite” features

  • A private spa inspired bathroom with a walk-in shower that features a rainfall showerhead

  • A spacious layout with twice as much space as previous post-partum rooms

  • A “family and friends” gathering space with glass door partisan, a second TV, microwave, refrigerator, table and chairs, and a child play space

  • A dedicated space for newborn exams, with adjustable natural lighting

  • ​Built in sound system that works with your mobile device, so you can you play your own music during delivery 

Visiting Policy  

  • Visiting Hours are 9 a.m. - 9 p.m.

  • Only the support person, plus two other visitors, are allowed in the room at the time of delivery. Only hospital staff are allowed to exit or enter the delivery room.

  • There is a maximum of four visitors, in addition to the support person, allowed on the Women and Infants Center unit at one time. There is an additional waiting area on the second floor (main lobby), if needed.

  • Visitors MUST obtain a visitor's badge at the front desk before entering the unit. Badges must be visible at all times.

  • One adult visitor (over the age of 18) will be allowed to stay overnight on the unit.

  • No children under the age of 12 are allowed on the unit unless they are a brother or sister of the infant.

  • Visitors may be limited, if necessary, to ensure the health of the mother and her infant.

Having A Baby

You’re in good hands, with our baby experts.

And, should your baby need special care, HSHS St. Vincent Children’s Hospital’s level III NICU (Newborn Intensive Care Unit) is just steps away from the birthing center – offering 24-hour care for high risk mothers and newborns by our highly experienced and board-certified neonatologists.

St. Vincent Having A Baby

  Breastfeeding Services

  Car Seat Safety


  Designated Baby Friendly Hospital

  Frequently Asked Questions

  Nitrous Oxide for Labor

  Pregnancy and Infant Loss Support

  Ready, Set, Baby!


Our team will support you every step of the way should you need additional imaging, treatment or surgery.

Upcoming Having A Baby Events & Classes

Online Childbirth Education Class

Our online childbirth class is ideal for those expectant parents who can’t attend an on-site childbirth class due to work schedules, time constraints, or medical conditions.

Women & Infants Center News