As our region prepares for a surge of COVID-positive patients, Swedish and other regional hospitals are working together closely to identify areas where we can consolidate services and increase our capacity to safely treat patients. Due to this evolving need, we have temporarily closed the Swedish Edmonds Family Birth Center and Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Those who were scheduled to give birth at Swedish Edmonds in the coming weeks are being redirected to Providence Pavilion for Women and Children in Everett, where they will receive the same high-quality care. We are contacting patients directly to discuss their individual care needs. This closure is temporary, and we will reopen the Swedish Edmonds Family Birth Center and Level II NICU as soon as we are able. Read more.
What's the great thing about giving birth at Swedish Edmonds?
Just about everything!
It’s a blend between a busier downtown hospital and a quieter community birth center that’s close to home. Best of all, the birthing suites have just been refreshed with new décor and furniture — and many have a relaxing view of the tall trees that surround the campus.
The updated suites have birthing balls, squatting bars, sound systems, and there’s a Jacuzzi tub in every room. And the Swedish Edmonds nursing team knows just what to do to make your stay as comfortable as possible.
One more plus to having your baby at Swedish Edmonds is The Lytle Center for Pregnancy & Newborns. Even though it’s located at Swedish First Hill, Edmonds moms and dads are very welcome to stop by or call for guidance all the way through your pregnancy, delivery, the first few weeks at home with baby, and beyond.
Find a provider
Visit our provider directory or call 206-386-BABY (2229)to see a list of obstetricians or family practice providers who deliver at Swedish Edmonds.