Labor and Delivery

Angleton Danbury Campus, Peklo Women's Pavilion

About the Labor & Delivery Suites

The Peklo Women's Pavilion is beautiful state-of-the art facility offering point of care: labor, delivery and post and antepartum are inclusive in the same room with the same healthcare professional.

If you are like most expectant parents, you have a number of questions about your pregnancy, your health, your baby's health and more. UTMB Health Angleton Danbury Campus' team of experienced physicians and nurses provides the information you need to prepare for the big event. Information and communication with your physician and hands-on teaching after delivery. Our experienced team will assist you with the skills needed to give you and your family the great beginning you deserve.

Our nursing staff is committed to providing the best care available in a manner that is responsive to your needs. The nursing staff has been educated to meet your comprehensive health care needs in a professional, sensitive manner. Our goal is to meet the physical, emotional, and educational needs related to your treatment.

Upon your arrival to our unit, we will assign a team to your care. UTMB Health Angleton Danbury Campus' team members are accomplished, top-rated, licensed health care professionals. We are committed to providing personalized care to every patient that we serve in our facility.

Labor and Delivery

  • Angleton Birthing Suites and Additional Amenities

    • Each room is designed to meet moms’ needs including space for personal care items
    • Oversized rooms for mom and baby to stay together
    • Gliders
    • Sofa bed in each patient room for an overnight guest
    • Private patient rooms that exceed the national standard for noise reduction
    • Large windows in patient rooms
    • Large patient restrooms with spacious showers
    • Free Wifi
    • Complimentary parking
    • A unit specializing in the care of pregnant women during the antepartum, intrapartum, and postpartum stages of their pregnancy. Between our 3 hospitals, we deliver approximately 5,500 babies per year.
      • 11 birthing suites for labor, delivery, and recovery
      • 1 dedicated OR suite
    • 24 – hour anesthesia support
    • 24 – hour language assistance
    • Infant secured unit
  • Angleton Level 1 Nursery

    UTMB Health’s Angleton Danbury Campus is a Level I Neonatal Facility. The Level 1 Neonatal Facility Designation reflects the facility’s documented capabilities and history of providing a specific level of care to infants. As a Level I-designated facility, this hospital provides care for mothers and infants of at least 35 weeks gestational age who have routine perinatal problems, has skilled personnel with training specific for the patient population served, and provides the same level of care that an infant of less than 35 weeks gestational age would receive at a higher-level designated neonatal facility. There are 227 Designated Neonatal Facilities across the state of Texas, with 82 designated as Level I.

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Birthing Suite Tours

The Angleton Birthing Suite tours are available every Sunday at 1 p.m. For more information contact the L&D team at (979) 848-9180.

To Schedule a Birthing Suite Tour, call (979) 848-9180

Newborn

Childbirth and Breastfeeding Education Classes

Angleton Danbury Campus

Learn everything you need to know about your upcoming birth and how to take care of your baby in this childbirth course taught by the University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB Health).

Our hands-on approach to teaching comfort techniques will enhance your learning experience as you practice relaxation skills during each class. The course includes a hospital tour and written materials.

All expecting moms are welcome to join our childbirth and breastfeeding education classes.

Angleton Danbury Campus​ Auditorium​
146 E. Hospital Drive, Suite 104​

 Right Start Breastfeeding ​
3rd Thursday of each month​
6 pm - 8 pm
Understanding Childbirth
3rd Saturday of each month
10 am - 2 pm
Cost: Free
Free parking in surrounding lots
Please wear comfortable clothes
Each mother may bring one support person to each class

Register for in-person class in Angleton

Is this your first child?
Have you taken childbirth classes before?

Right Start Breastfeeding Understanding Childbirth
3rd Thursday of each month​
6 pm - 8 pm
3rd Saturday of each month
10 am - 2 pm

If you have any questions about registration please contact Asheia Randolph at (979) 864-8402​.

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Breastfeeding Support Group

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