Nurturing you and your newest family member in comfort — and with excellent care.

Having a baby is a life-changing event — and one that can feel overwhelming at the same time. We understand that choosing your birthing hospital is a very important personal decision. You want specific amenities, a certain type of atmosphere, and of course, technical expertise in case your baby needs special attention after he or she arrives.

We have been delivering babies for more than 60 years, so we have the experience to care for you during this exciting time. Our goal is to ensure that you and your family get the absolute best care possible so your precious moment is unforgettable — for all the right reasons.

If you don’t yet have an OBGYN or a pediatrician, browse specialists online here.

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Quality maternity care you can count on

When you’re expecting, you want to be prepared, and that starts with being informed about every step of the birthing process. At North Shore, you will have access to specialists and some of the most modern technology, as well as a nurturing, attentive, family-centered environment. Skilled, compassionate and supportive staff will provide you with quality maternity care centered on your family’s needs.

You will have the essential services for a healthy birth, along with a Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) just in case. And you know you’re in great hands because North Shore is a Five-Star Recipient for Maternity Care from Healthgrades.

Ready to learn more about your birthing options? Browse physicians online today.

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Considerate care that you can appreciate

Graduate students have to make a lot of big decisions, the most important of which is where to complete their required internships. For Madison Workman, that choice was easy — he wanted to intern at the same hospital where he and his triplet brothers were born: North Shore Medical Center.

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If you know you need an OBGYN, but aren't sure who to call, our online Find a Physician tool gives you access to nearby physicians so you can pick the one that meets your needs.


North Shore Medical Center provides peace of mind through our Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), the highest level of care designated by the state of Florida.

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Our Team

Meet our team of maternity physicians, nurses and support staff.

Before Baby Arrives

We offer free classes to help you learn about all aspects of childbirth and newborn care. The classes are offered in English, Spanish and Creole.

During Your Stay

You may choose a LDR room, where you can labor, deliver and recover in one place with a comfortable, home-like setting. Private, and upgraded rooms are also available, including our Signature Birthplace Suites.

Postpartum Support

After your baby is born, we provide Bedside Newborn Transition to enhance bonding with your baby.

Creating your Nursery

We’ve put together a few tips on how to make your nursery a safe and welcoming place for your child.


Babies born at North Shore can have their photo posted here for family and friends to enjoy.

Online Pre-Registration

We encourage you to pre-register for your visit so we have your information already in our system, making check-in quick and easy.

Classes & Events

Throughout the year, we offer classes and events to educate the communities we serve. Whether it's an opportunity to see our hospital in action, or an overview of health issues affecting the community, they let us get to know each other a little better. Explore the full list of classes here.

Our Mother & Baby Stories

The best way to learn about our hospital is from the stories of the patients who have been treated here, and the dedicated team that call North Shore Medical Center their work home.

Health Library

When answers are difficult to find and you’re not quite sure where to turn, you need a place that knows your questions, and offers many of the answers. We call it our Health Library, where with the click of a mouse you gain access to symptom checkers, common conditions, recent health news, and almost everything in between. Did we mention the healthy recipes?