Our goal is to make your birth experience as joyous and comfortable as possible. Learn more about our services, find support and much more — so you feel ready to welcome your little one into the world.Get Ready for Baby
Our Center for Maternal Fetal Medicine offers specialized services, such as fetal surgery, to high-risk moms and babies. We are the first – and only – facility in the Southeast to perform in utero surgery to repair spina bifida.Learn About our Expert Care
Offering the highest level of neonatal care for more than 45 years, we provide life-saving care for premature and critically ill newborns.Learn More About our NICU
Each woman has a unique set of healthcare needs. From well-woman care and obstetrics to menopause and everything in between, we are here to provide the expert care you need throughout every stage of life.Find the Care You Need
Minimally Invasive Surgery often results in faster recovery and less pain. As the leaders in minimally invasive gynecology and robotic surgery, we are committed to delivering safe, effective care in a healing environment.Find Surgical Options
While urologic and pelvic floor problems are common after childbirth, you don’t have to live with them. Many treatment options are available.Learn More
Explore our virtual classes and support groups, designed just for new and expectant parents. Topics include preparing for birth, caring for a newborn, breastfeeding and more.Browse Classes
Take a virtual tour of the hospital and see what you can expect — from the moment you arrive to the day you are discharged. Get answers to your common questions about delivery, post-partum care and more.Take a Virtual Tour
"I looked at my fiancé and said, ‘It’s bad, isn’t it?’ and he said, ‘Yeah, it’s bad."
"It was heartbreaking. My three sisters had no problems in their pregnancies. They would announce their pregnancies to the family and nine months later walk out of the hospital with their babies in their arms."
"It took several more weeks of PT before I could be considered fully independent to care for my baby. . . But it was a dream come true to be walking and carrying my newborn, finally."
"I'm so much happier. The surgery provided me with exactly what I wanted, to close one chapter and move on to the next — enjoying my life and the future with my son."
“I did my research and felt really good about where we were delivering. This was the only level III NICU I felt could care for our baby."
"Having a birth plan gave me and my husband the opportunity to think about choices we didn’t even realize were things we cared about. And with me being such a planner, it was a nice gift to not only have a little more sense of knowing what to expect, but also to know that our medical team would do everything they could to follow our wishes and give us the experience we wanted."
"We had exceptional care at Orlando Health Winnie Palmer. It was a whole team effort, between the doctors, nurses and respiratory therapists—it’s like an orchestra in the NICU."
"When my baby was diagnosed with spina bifida, the Fetal Care Center at Orlando Health Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies gave me hope. Working together, like a symphony, they gave my unborn baby the best chance for a healthy future. It’s amazing that they could perform surgery on a baby, still in the womb, and basically change her entire life."
"We sat there together and had a beautiful view of downtown with a gorgeous meal. They took our son to the nursery to take care of him, and it was like we forgot where we were."
"When the team at the Fetal Care Center suggested fetal surgery as an option to treat spina bifida — explaining both the benefits and risks — I said yes, that’s what I need to do. I’ve never had such great care as I did at the Fetal Care Center."
"After learning she was a candidate for in utero surgery, it didn’t take long to decide to go ahead with the procedure. "
"Further tests showed that my baby daughter, Mia, had spina bifida. Doctors at the Fetal Care Center offered me the option of in utero surgery for better outcomes for my baby."
"I was six weeks from my due date, when suddenly things got scary. I became gravely ill and underwent an emergency C-section. The team at the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit took care of everything with skill and compassion, and I knew I was in good hands. After a month in the NICU and two follow-up surgeries, my baby boy Landis was on his way to a normal, healthy life."