We can’t wait to meet your Rose Baby!
For more than 70 years, it is meant something special to have a Rose Baby, and we are honored to have helped hundreds of thousands of families welcome new family members over our years in the community.
COVID-19 Health Alert for Rose Babies
In our continuing effort to maintain the health and safety of our
patients, visitors, colleagues and you, our Rose Babies moms, expectant
mothers may only have the birth partner as her one visitor while mom is in
the hospital with us. All other loved ones will not be able to visit while
she is in the hospital due to ongoing health and safety precautions. After
baby arrives, we encourage you to Skype or FaceTime your loved ones as we
cannot accommodate visitors other than the birth partner anywhere on the
Rose Babies unit.
For the most up-to-date information in this quickly changing situation, visit Rose Babies on Facebook. Thank you for helping us slow the spread!
Getting Ready for Your Rose Baby!
We know you have lots to do to get ready for your Rose Baby. Let us help you stay on track!
Create your MyHealthONE patient portal account and pre-register for your upcoming stay at Rose.
40 Weeks (or so!)
Baby time! Check out our family-centered labor and delivery unit.
Life with Your Rose Baby!
Let Rose’s experts keep supporting you as you get used to life with your Rose Baby.
Call our lactation support line
Get answers to your breastfeeding questions within 24 hours. Call 303-320-2001; press 4.
Join our breastfeeding support group
Meet other moms and work with a Certified Lactation Consultant. Mondays, 1-2 pm, 4500 E. 9th Avenue, Goodstein 3 Conference Room (basement level)
Join our Rose Mamas support group
Network with and support other Rose moms! Mondays, 2-3 pm, 4500 E. 9th Avenue, Goodstein 3 Conference Room (basement level)
Have some questions about your baby or your recovery?
When the doctor’s office is closed, speak to a nurse at our New Parent Resource Line. Call 303-320-2001; press 5. Always call 911 in case of emergencies!
Rose Babies wants you to have your birth, your way. Getting ready before baby comes will help you achieve that. Here are a few ways to get started: