Labor and Delivery

The birth of your baby is one of life’s most exciting events. At Havasu Regional Medical Center, we pride ourselves on providing a comfortable and caring environment to deliver your baby. Every year, more than 500 infants are born at Havasu Regional. Our comprehensive Obstetric unit consists of 8 LDRP room which are equipped with state-of-the-art fetal monitors and a central fetal monitor system which allows us to make sure that each mother and baby receives the best in medical care. Our skilled and dedicated nurses and staff will make every effort to help you have the best experience possible.

The HRMC Labor and Delivery Unit is certified by the Arizona Perinatal Trust. This certification is voluntary and holds HRMC to higher quality standards which leads to a safer environment for you and your baby. The Trust is dedicated to improving the health of Arizona’s mothers and babies.  Certification includes an on-site inspection and adherence to all guidelines set out by the Arizona Perinatal Trust. For more information go to

Our staff includes:

  •  2 Board Certified OB/GYN Physicians 
  • 1 Board Certified Pediatrician
  • 1 Family Practice Physician
  •  8 Labor/Delivery/Recovery rooms 
  • Anesthesia readily available for labor epidurals
  • Registered Nursing who are trained and competent in all phases of birthing- Labor, Delivery, Post-Partum and Recovery
  • All Nurses have Advanced Fetal Monitoring Certification
  • Two Lactation Educators
  • Childbirth Educator
  • Childbirth Education Classes

HRMC provides free Childbirth classes to mothers and their coaches between 24-30 weeks of pregnancy. This one day class is taught by a Certified Childbirth Educator and covers the following information:

  • Labor and Delivery Information
  • Comfort techniques including breathing and relaxation exercises for labor
  • Postpartum Care
  • Breastfeeding tips
  • Hospital Tour
  • Newborn Care

For more information on childbirth classes click here.


In 2016, HRMC was recognized by the March of Dimes for successfully reducing the number of elective induction and cesarean deliveries performed before 39 weeks of pregnancy to less than 1% of all deliveries—making is SAFE for your baby!