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Women & Children Services

North Oaks offers specialized care and education for women in various stages of life, from pregnancy and childbirth services to the latest advances in mammography and osteoporosis detection.

Pregnancy & Childbirth Preparation

You may have questions about pregnancy, birth and your newborn. North Oaks offers classes to help prepare the whole family for the miracle of a new life.

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Labor & Delivery

Located on the 2nd Floor of the Women's Pavilion within North Oaks Medical Center

North Oaks Medical Center has received the prestigious Blue Cross Blue Shield BlueDistinction Center for maternity care.

Just as you are preparing to care for your baby, North Oaks is prepared to care for you. Our accommodations include private Labor, Delivery and Recovery (LDR) Suites and post-partum rooms, along with Well Baby, Intermediate Care and Neonatal Intensive Care Nurseries.

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Pediatric Unit

Located on the 2nd floor of North Oaks Medical Center

Our Pediatric Unit nurses and staff are specially trained to provide care for your infants and children. The seven-room unit includes a play room with toys, books, games and movies to help make a child's stay as pleasant as possible.

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Mammography

Located at North Oaks Diagnostic Center and North Oaks-Livingston Parish Medical Complex

You can schedule screening and diagnostic mammograms at North Oaks Diagnostic Center, located at 15837 Paul Vega, MD, Drive in Hammond on the campus of North Oaks Medical Center. Digital technology provides you with faster, more accurate testing and results, while our facilities provide you with expert staff, privacy and comfort.

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Osteoporosis Detection

Located at North Oaks Diagnostic Center

Osteoporosis, a disorder that causes bones to become brittle and break more easily, is caused by loss of calcium and other mineral components. Often thought of as a disease of the frail elderly, it’s a chronic condition that begins during the forties and fifties, most often affecting women. A bone density test uses X-rays to determine if you have osteoporosis.

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