Winter Haven Women's Hospital

Winter Haven, FL

Winter Haven Women's Hospital is the area's premier health care facility dedicated to the unique needs of women and newborns. We offer the best of two worlds – a state-of-the-art hospital equipped with the latest medical technology and a comforting, family-centered environment. Take a Virtual Tour of the recently renovated Winter Haven Women’s Hospital.

Our facility hosts a multidisciplinary team of physicians, surgeons and nurses guiding women through every stage of care, from simple health problems to complex diseases and conditions. We have a full range of obstetric and gynecological services, a comfortable Mom and Baby Unit, a Level II Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and an innovative Breast and Imaging Center offering digital mammography and other diagnostic imaging services.

We are also proud to offer a broad range of events for women and their families in the Winter Haven community and throughout Polk County, including car seat inspections, birth center tours, breastfeeding classes, prepared childbirth classes, sibling classes and babysitting classes.

BayCare Compass

This app  shows you how to find all the important areas in your hospital. Download the app and let BayCare's Compass show you around. 

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Visitation Guidelines

Visitors have an important role to play in the care of your loved one. Visitors are needed for support, and as a spokesperson and advocate for the patient. Your familiar face and reassuring touch at the bedside will be very important to the patient, and you are an essential part of the team caring for your loved one.

Winter Haven Women's Hospital's cafeteria, located on the first floor near the Outpatient Surgery Center, is open seven days a week for family members and visitors.

Pastoral Care

Winter Haven Women's Hospital offers a full range of pastoral care support services for patients and their families. We also have a Faith Community Nursing Program dedicated to promoting wellness by addressing emotional, physical, and spiritual needs.

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