- Birthing Center
- All Services
- Ann B. Rodriguez Cancer Center
- Comprehensive GI Center
- Diabetes Center
- Diagnostic Imaging
- Emergency Care
- Heart and Vascular Care
- Thoracic Oncology Program
- Pediatric Center
- Reston Therapy & Fitness
- da Vinci Robotics
- Total Joint Center
- Women's Imaging Center
- Women's Services
You’re expecting a truly great beginning for your baby…
…And that’s just what we deliver.
Welcome to Reston Hospital Center and congratulations on the upcoming birth of the newest addition to your family. Women’s Services at Reston Hospital Center is dedicated to excellence in healthcare for women, infants and their families.
The birth of your baby is a miraculous event that you’ll remember for the rest of your life. You will want to be cared for by professionals who provide you and your family with a sense of safety, support and compassion.
Reston Hospital Center is known throughout the region for its quality, specialized services. Our birthing center offers comprehensive services and programs, comfortable surroundings and the latest technology—all in a responsive, family-centered environment. We’re committed to making your birth experience as safe and joyful as it can be.
It’s our honor to join you in your journey of pregnancy, birth and parenting.
Reston Hospital Center is conveniently located just off of the Dulles Toll Road, in the Reston Town Center neighborhood, close to an assortment of exciting, upscale shops and restaurants. Several nearby hotels can provide accommodations for out of town visitors. Labor and Delivery is located on the second floor of the hospital’s West Wing.
Standard check-ins should use the West Wing entrance, which is open Monday – Friday from 6:30 a.m. – 9:00 p.m. After hours patients should enter through the hospital’s Emergency Room, where you will be admitted to Labor and Delivery.
Reston Hospital Center is proud to be a tobacco-free campus. If your friends or family members would like to use tobacco, they will need to leave the Reston Hospital Center campus.
View our Restricted Visitation Policy for Flu Season
While you are in labor, your significant other may visit you at any time. Additional visitors may be permitted at your bedside with your obstetrician’s approval.
After your baby is born, we will work with you to balance your need to share this important time with family and friends, and your need for privacy, rest, nursing/medical care, and time with your new baby. Following your child’s birth, your friends and family may visit at any time, including staying overnight. Children under the age of 12 are not permitted unless they are the newborn’s siblings. Visitors who have a communicable disease, such as a cold or flu, and those who have been exposed to one in the past two weeks may not visit the Maternal Child Health units.
Our comfortable waiting rooms provide ample space for additional well-wishers. All visitors must check in at the nurses’ station to obtain a visitor badge.
In the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, parents may visit their newborns during most hours of the day. Grandparents may visit with a parent, as long as there are no more than two visitors at the bedside at one time. The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is closed to all visitors during change-of-shift nursing reports, from 6:30-8:00 a.m. and 6:30-8:00 p.m.
Our physicians and administrators may alter visiting hours and guidelines to ensure the safety of our tiniest patients and new mothers. Please check restonhospital.com for any changes to the visitation policy.
Reston Anesthesiology Associates
P.O. Box 2757
Reston, VA 20190
Neonatology or Pediatric Services
Emergency Medicine Associates
1300 Piccard Drive, Suite 202
Rockville, MD 20820
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