High-Touch Service

In addition to the friendly and reassuring expert medical care we’ve told you about, when you choose Princeton, you’ll get these benefits included automatically:

Before you have your baby…

  • A Personal Pregnancy Coach who will guide you through the entire process of having your baby at Princeton and make sure you get all of these benefits.
  • A copy of the book, “What to Expect When Your Baby Comes Home.” It’s an informative book on what the first months are like at home with your new baby.
  • Reassuring educational courses will help new mothers know what to expect and remind experienced moms of some things they may have forgotten (topics include Breastfeeding, C-Sections, Labor and Deliver procedures, Post-Partum Care and Newborn Care).

After you have your baby, you’ll get things like…

  • Money-saving coupons for baby formula and food, clothing and more.
  • A special memento to remember your special day.
  • A handy car organizer.
  • A free car seat for when it’s time to take your baby home.
  • Free lactation services.
  • An online nursery, so friends and family can check in on your new arrival from anywhere in the world.
  • A special in-hospital celebration of your baby’s birth.

Now you know what we mean when we say high-touch service!

Treat yourself to the Personalized Birthing Experience, available only at Princeton Baptist Medical Center.

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