Your Care Team

Your compassionate Care Team is listed on the white board in your room. To help you identify who is taking care of you, dress for staff is color-coded:

  • Registered Nurses (RN) wear light blue
  • Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) wear burgundy
  • Licensed Practical Nurses (LPN) and clinical technicians wear royal blue
  • Clerks wear black and red

We want you to have the highest quality care in a safe and clean environment. You can expect your Care Team to:

  • Introduce ourselves and explain why we have entered your room
  • Clean your room every day

  • Visit you several times a day to see if you need anything
  • Answer your call light promptly
  • Make you comfortable; please let us know if you’d like a fan, warm blanket or extra pillow
  • Keep your door closed, for your privacy and quiet so you can rest
  • Check on you hourly during the day and at least every two hours in the evening or more, if you need

During your stay, someone from our nursing leadership team will ask you how well we are doing with your care. If at any time you have concerns about your care, please call the nurse manager whose number is posted above your white board.

Anxiety, nervousness, stress and tension can take a toll on your unborn baby’s health. Avoid the triggers and learn to stay calm by using techniques like meditation and yoga.