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CentraCare - St. Cloud Hospital Birth Center

About This Location

Patients

6 a.m. to 9 p.m. weekdays

  • Park in South Ramp (visitor parking).
  • Take South Ramp elevator to Floor 2.
  • Follow Floor 2 to CENTER elevator.
  • Take CENTER elevator to Admitting on Floor 3.

7 a.m. to 1 p.m. weekends

  • Park in South Ramp (visitor parking).
  • Go to South/Emergency entrance.
  • Take a left to Admitting/Registration in the Main Hospital on Floor 1.

9 p.m. to 6 a.m. weekdays and 1 p.m. to 7 a.m. weekends:

  • Park in South Ramp (visitor parking).
  • Go to South/Emergency entrance.
  • Take a right to Admitting just outside the Emergency Trauma Center on Floor 1.

Visitors

9 a.m. to 9 p.m:

  • Park in South Ramp (visitor parking).
  • Take South Ramp elevator to Floor 3.
  • Give patient’s first and last name to receptionist.

9 p.m. to 9 a.m.:

  • Park in South Ramp (visitor parking).
  • Go to South/Emergency entrance.
  • Take Center elevator to Floor 3.
  • Give patient’s first and last name to receptionist.

For more information call: 320-255-5745

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Since the safety of your baby is very important to us, CentraCare - St. Cloud Hospital Birth Center is a locked unit. Right after birth, the baby will get an umbilical tag transmitter. An alarm will sound if the transmitter is removed or taken through a monitored exit (all doors and elevators on Floor 3).

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Dear Friends and Neighbors,

CentraCare care givers have been working around the clock for more than 20 months to care for you, your families and friends during COVID. We are committed to caring for every Minnesotan who needs us, and nothing will prevent us from doing so – even during these never-seen-before times.

The challenge of providing this level of care is that our hospital beds are often full. ERs in all of our hospitals are packed. And our clinical teams are exhausted. Early in the pandemic, our community stepped up in amazing ways to help us. We ask that you again join us in fighting this pandemic together.

How can you help?

  • Please get your COVID vaccines and booster shots. They are proven safe and effective in reducing COVID illness, keeping people out of the hospital, and preventing death.
  • If your situation is not an emergency, please use other care options, including:
  • If this is a medical emergency, call 9-1-1, or visit the ER.

Together, we can do this. Thank you for your support.

Ken Holmen, MD
President and CEO