All Our Deliveries are Special
WHOOPING COUGH ALERT:
We advise you to get your vaccination early so that you can bond with your new family. All baby caregivers including grandparents, aunts, uncles, partners and nannies should be vaccinated. See our flyer for details on how you can get vaccinated.
Best Hospital on the Peninsula
Sequoia was voted a Family Favorite 2013 “Best Birth Center” and “Best Hospital” by readers of Bay Area Parent magazine. Voted “Best Hospital” six years in a row, “Best Birth Center” four years in a row.
Why do moms choose Sequoia’s Birth Center?
Sequoia's technically-advanced facility offers 24-hour anesthesia coverage and an onsite neonatal ICU, the Lucile Packard Level II NICU. Most moms who deliver at Sequoia remain in the very same private room for their entire stay - from labor until they go home with their newborns. Lactation support helps new moms during your hospital stay and through those crucial early weeks in the life of a new baby.
Sequoia Hospital introduces breakthrough technology connecting doctors to moms in labor.
Can I take classes and pre-register?
Sequoia Hospital now offers online registration for pre-and-post natal classes and Labor & Delivery Tours offered by the Health & Wellness Center. Please visit the Classes & Events page or call (650) 368-BABY to find out about our classes.
Pre-registration for your hospital stay is available. By completing the pre-admission form found on the Admitting/Registration page, you can save time and be better prepared for your visit at our facility.
The Birth Center staff attends to all your needs
Parents of newborns are very special at Sequoia. To make your visit extra special we offer the following:
- New robes for Mom and a special celebration dinner for the couple the night before they go home.
- Parent Review, a free weekly parenting email tailored to your personal week of pregnancy and then the age of your newborn.
Obaby Designs offers newborn hospital photo sessions right in your room.
What do I do after I leave?
The Health & Wellness Center can help new moms during those crucial early weeks in the life of your new baby by providing resources such as the Lactation Center, a Family Room where you can weigh and feed your baby and parent support groups.
Find a physician specializing in Obstetrics and Gynecology.
Sequoia Hospital, 3rd Floor
170 Alameda de las Pulgas
(Map | Directions)
Phone: (650) 367-5655
Fax: (650) 482-6055