Alexander D. Brickler, MD Women's Pavilion

At Tallahassee Memorial, we are proud to be the region’s leader in maternity services. Over 75% of babies born in the Big Bend are delivered right here at the Alexander D. Brickler, MD Women’s Pavilion. Our expert team of doctors, nurses, specialists and educators are here to provide the highest level of care while focusing on making your birth experience as positive as possible. 

Women’s Pavilion Tours

We encourage you to learn more about having your baby at Tallahassee Memorial by touring the Women’s Pavilion. You can register for a free tour through our classes and events calendar. You are welcome to take a tour anytime, but we encourage you to schedule the tour during your second trimester when you are most comfortable.

Getting Here

To access the Women’s Pavilion, please use the parking garage located on Medical Drive between Miccosukee Road and Surgeons Drive. This parking garage is also shared with the Bixler Trauma and Emergency Center. Once you enter the garage, please follow signs to the entrance of the Women’s Pavilion.

Visiting Rules & Information

One spouse or support person will be given a baby identification band after the birth. This person is welcome 24-hours a day and may spend the night in the mother’s room.

For the safety, comfort and well being of our mothers and babies at the Alexander D. Brickler, MD Women’s Pavilion (WP), we ask that all other visitors observe the following:

  • Check in at the security desk and leave the building from the same location.
  • All visitors (except siblings and support person with baby ID band) must wear a visitor’s badge. Badges will be issued after a form of identification, such as a driver’s license has been scanned.
  • For infant security reasons, please remain in the patient’s room or in designated waiting/guest areas.
  • Siblings who are not experiencing any illness are welcome and need to be accompanied by an adult other than the patient.
  • Other well children may visit accompanied by an adult other than the patient.
  • On every unit, from 1 pm to 3 pm will be patient “Quiet Time.”

Triage, Antenatal Testing and Recovery Room

Due to space and privacy concerns, one person may be with the patient at a time.

Antenatal Care Unit (ACU)

  • Patients determine when and how many visitors they have in their room at any given time.
  • Only the spouse/support person (no children) may stay with the patient over night.

Labor and Delivery

  • Patients determine when and how many visitors they have in their delivery room at any given time.
  • After the birth, during the first hour, we recommend that only the spouse and/or support person be with the mother during this time. It is recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics that healthy newborns remain skin-to-skin with the mother for bonding and initiation of breastfeeding.

Family Care Unit

  • Patients determine when and how many visitors they have in their room at any given time. 
  • Only the spouse/support person (no children) may stay with the patient over night.

Neonatal (Newborn) Intensive Care Unit (NICU) Levels II and III

  • Information regarding visitation guidelines in the NICU will be provided to the parents upon admission.
  • The parents must designate visitors.
  • Two designated visitors at a time are allowed in NICU III.
  • Three designated visitors at a time are allowed in NICU II.
Labor and Delivery
We offer 19 private labor/delivery/recovery rooms with the region’s largest and most experienced staff. Read More >
OB Pre-Registration
Having a baby? Pre-register before you come to the hospital. Read More >