Expectant Family Program

You have just received the good news that you are having a baby! We know that newborns need all the love and attention they can get. Our expectant family program is here to:
  • prepare parents and families for the arrival of a new addition; and
  • share in the excitement of the birthing process.
Our instructors are registered nurses, certified childbirth educators and certified breastfeeding consultants. Classes offered help parents learn about the pregnancy by: lending guidance on breastfeeding, providing information on vaginal and Cesarean births and teaching pain control methods. Family involvement is important, so we have designed a class specifically for grandparents and siblings.
We recommend enrollment for classes by your 5th month of pregnancy. Most classes have a maximum attendance of 12 couples.

Please call 918-494-BABY (2229) for availability or register online.
Saint Francis Hospital (61st & Yale)
Classes meet in the education department on the east side of the hospital.
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Labor and Delivery Tours at Saint Francis Hospital

Tours are free and are generally held in the evening. Please contact the Childbirth Education Coordinator to schedule a tour time: email | 918-494-BABY (2229)

Classes and tours are also available at Saint Francis Hospital South, located on the northeast corner of 91st Street South and Highway 169.

In Case of Bad Weather

For your safety, classes may be cancelled for snow and ice events. If your classes have been cancelled, a recorded message will be available after 4 p.m. Please call 918-494-BABY (2229) after 4 p.m. for the status of your class.
When your special day arrives to deliver, your comfort and convenience are a priority from the moment you arrive at the hospital until after you return home. Our staff is dedicated to providing a family-centered birthing experience where you will feel as comfortable as possible during your stay in the hospital.

We appreciate your interest in our classes and look forward to meeting you!

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