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Your Arrival at the Hospital


When the day comes for your baby to be born, here is what you need to know about your arrival at Beverly Hospital. Our experienced and efficient staff will help guide you from the minute you walk in our door to the time you leave with your little bundle of joy.

Admission to the Hospital

After speaking with your healthcare provider and being instructed to come to the hospital, please come through the main hospital entrance.

  • If it is between 6:00 am and 8:00 pm, come directly to Labor and Delivery on the third floor of the Alt Building.
  • If it is between 8:00 pm and 6:00 am, please check in at the Emergency Department desk.

Be sure to bring your overnight bag, your insurance card and a photo ID. Also please bring the “Worksheet for Certificate of Live Birth–Newborn” form in the information packet you will receive from Beverly Hospital.


When you arrive at Beverly Hospital, you may drive directly to our main entrance, where valet parking is available during the day for a nominal fee. You also may drive directly to the free parking garage and park your vehicle there.


Beverly Hospital's Maternity Services offers a home-like atmosphere. You will begin in Labor and Delivery, located on the third floor of the Alt Building, which consists of eight private rooms in which you will deliver your baby.

After your baby's birth, you will be moved to our Mother-Baby Unit on the fourth floor where under normal circumstances you will have a private room. We provide cots for your significant other or support person to spend the night if desired. On occasion, because of the number of new mothers, we may have to utilize our semi-private rooms.

Photographs And Videotaping

You are welcome to take videos and photos before and after the birth of your baby. Please note that videotaping and photographs are not permitted during the birth itself or during any medical procedures.