Women’s & Children’s Health
Supporting Women at Every Stage
Baptist Health Maternity Suites
Baptist Health-Little Rock offers maternity suites for families looking for additional space, privacy and amenities. Our comfortable, stylish suites create the perfect setting to welcome your new baby.
Designed to mimic the comforts of your home, maternity suites are equipped with a range of features, including:
A mother’s room is also connected to the suite, creating an intimate visiting area for family and friends to meet the baby and visit with the parents.
Based on availability, you can reserve a suite through a donation to the Baptist Health Foundation.
Baptist Health Women’s Center Legacy Wall & Naming Opportunities
We also offer the opportunity to name a room in honor of your baby. Contact the Foundation at (501) 202-1839 for more information.
Baptist Health’s healing ministry for breast health plays an important role in a woman’s overall wellness. Close to 1 in 8 women will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. The good news is that women whose breast cancer is detected at an early stage have a 93 percent or higher survival rate in the first five years.
Baptist Health Breast Center-Little Rock has been serving women in Arkansas for more than 20 years. We have developed a strong program of services to screen, diagnose, and treat breast disease to help women live long and healthy lives.
There are opportunities to provide support for an array of both preventative services and treatments, including:
Partners for Life Campaign
We need to purchase a 3D mammography and renovate the Baptist Health Breast Center-Little Rock to provide faster, more efficient care combined with a calming, supportive environment for our patients.
Please join our “Partners for Life” campaign and help strengthen Baptist Health’s ability to provide lifesaving care for women in Arkansas. Partnership and naming opportunities for your consideration are listed below:
Care for Our Tiniest Patients
Babies in need of intensive care may spend weeks, or even months, in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in Little Rock and Fort Smith, before going home. During this time of uncertainty for parents, The Baby Project provides funding for infants and their families.
The Baby Project helps keep parents close to their babies by providing a room at no cost at a nearby hotel for families that live 50 miles or more away.