At Pascack Valley Medical Center, we take women’s health seriously. We promote life-long health and well-being for women by offering a wide range of services in a warm, patient-centered environment.
Our Women-Centric Services:
At every stage in life, from adolescence through menopause, women can benefit from a strong relationship with an OB/GYN. Learn more about our skilled, compassionate physicians.
Our family-friendly Maternity Center provides a safe, nurturing environment for parents to experience the birth of their baby. Our state-of-the-art center features 6 Labor and Delivery rooms; 18 private post-partum rooms, each with private, hotel-like bath; 2 C-section suites; and a Level II NICU for babies needing extra support. The Maternity Center is breast-feeding friendly with experienced nurses and lactation consultants.
We’d love to show you our Maternity Center. Please register for a tour here so we’re ready to welcome you when you arrive.
The Maternity Center offers a range of holistic options including individualized birth plans, hydrotherapy shower and tub, birthing balls, stool, and rocking chair, as well as massage/aromatherapy techniques. We believe strongly in skin-to-skin contact immediately after birth whenever possible. Maternity Center physicians, midwives, and nursing staff are committed to superior medical care in an atmosphere of trust and support.
At our Imaging Center, excellent diagnosis is coupled with expert and sympathetic care. In our comfortable and private facility, is our goal to provide the most accurate diagnostic information whether we’re conducting a routine mammogram or analyzing specialized scans for more serious conditions. All imaging procedures are performed with state-of-the-art equipment by trained and experienced healthcare professionals. Saving lives through early detection is our greatest privilege. To meet our staff and learn more about our capabilities, click here.
Wherever You Are In Life… We’re Here For You.
To schedule an appointment, please call 201-781-1400.
For the protection of our mothers and newborns, visitors with signs and symptoms of illness should refrain from visiting. These signs and symptoms include but are not limited to: coughing, sneezing, fever, diarrhea, and generalized malaise. Cold sores should be covered with a mask until the lesion is dry and scabbed.
Anyone exposed to a known communicable disease such as chickenpox or influenza is not permitted to visit.
All parents and visitors will be instructed on how to perform hand hygiene and will perform hand hygiene when entering the patient's room and before handling the newborn. Visiting hours are patient centered and open 24 hours a day, 7 days per week, if the patient requests. Children under the age of 12 years are permitted on the mother baby unit, but must be accompanied by an adult other than the patient. Children under the age of 12 years are not permitted in the labor and delivery unit.
Only 1 visitor over the age of 18 years may stay in the mother's room overnight. The only exception to this is if the father of the baby is under the age of 18 years. Other children of the patient under the age of 18 years are not permitted to stay overnight at the patient's bedside.Children under the age of 12 years will be accompanied by an adult other than the patient at all times while visiting.