Family Birth Center
Cynthia and Nathan Bradshaw, of Billings, took a peek Saturday morning at a suite where they may deliver their firstborn son in July.
In response to an increased need for labor, postpartum, neonatal and antepartum services, the Billings Clinic Family Birth Center has been expanded with six new suites as well as new state-of-the-art C-section operating rooms.
A popular maternal-fetal medicine program, an increased number of Cesarean sections and an explosion of population growth in Eastern Montana are fueling a $3.3 million expansion and renovation of the Family Birth Center at Billings Clinic.
Dr. James Alexander
Dr. Dana Damron is a maternal-fetal medicine specialist and medical director of the Family Birth Center at Billings Clinic.
Billings Clinic Facility Services Vice President Mitch Goplen, Women's & Children's Services Director Celeste Dimon and, from left, Family Birth Center nurses Melissa Dunn, Julia Lennick and Serena Doll look over construction. The Famlly Birth Center is being expanded as part of a major …
Celeste Dimon discusses the recent, $710,000 expansion of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Billings Clinic as construction of an expanded Family Birth Center is nearing completion.
The Family Birth Center at Billings Clinic is being expanded with completion scheduled for April 1.
Billings Clinic is bustling as construction workers build, renovate and expand more than $35 million worth of projects in the medical corridor.
Billings Clinic has expanded and remodeled its Neonatal Intensive Care Unit to care for more infants born in the Family Birth Center who need special medical care. The expansion increases the number of babies who can be cared for in the unit from 13 to 19.
Mandy Miller cuddles with her 4-month-old daughter, Kinsley, as they nurse at the A Mother's Place lactation area in the Family Birth Center at Billings Clinic.
Diane Powers, a board certified lactation consultant at Billings Clinic Family Birth Center, right, visits with Mandy Miller and her daughter Kinsley as they nurse in the lactation area.