Congratulations! Pregnancy and childbirth are milestones for you and your family that you will always remember and choosing your hospital is an important first step. We invite you to call 256-737-2200 to schedule a tour of the Maternity Center so you can get to know us and learn about the care we provide.

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It’s the Little Things

With special touches at every turn, we want you to feel pampered while you’re with us.

  • Spacious and beautiful labor/delivery/recovery/postpartum (LDRP) suites
  • Double recliner sofa that converts to a twin bed to accommodate a guest
  • Special celebration meal for mom and dad
  • Comfortable, spacious waiting area for family and friends
  • Free professional newborn photography session by Simply Blessed Portraits
  • Complimentary diaper bag
  • Dedicated maternity parking

Delivering Quality
Maternity and Newborn Care

We’ve prioritized high-quality care so moms-to-be can feel confident when they choose Cullman Regional Maternity Center.

  • Level II Special Care Nursery
  • Board certified OB-GYN physicians
  • Board certified neonatologists
  • Board certified pediatricians
  • Neonatal nurse practitioners
  • Experienced nurses with BLS and NRP certification
  • Centralized fetal monitoring technology
  • Choice of natural childbirth or any available form of anesthesia
  • Newborn nursery care and the option to have baby stay in LDRP suite with mom
  • Breastfeeding support from certified lactation consultant before and after discharge
  • Advanced care isolettes for newborns requiring extra support
  • Online childbirth classes

Register for Online Childbirth Classes

Discover helpful comfort techniques: breathing, relaxation, massage, visualization, focal points, hydrotherapy, labor and pushing positions, advice for partners and more. Your registration includes online access for 90 days.

Fee: $35


What do I need to bring to the hospital for myself during labor?

  • Chapstick
  • Socks
  • Cameras, memory stick, chargers, batteries
  • Change for vending machines or snacks for partner
  • Phone numbers of those you wish to call immediately
  • Mouthwash, toothbrush, toothpaste
  • Comfort measures and equipment (music, iPod, rice pack, tennis ball, lotion, etc.)
  • Baby book

What do I need to bring to the hospital for myself after the delivery?

  • Toiletries (shampoo, conditioner, hairdryer, makeup, deodorant)
  • Slippers and robe
  • 2-3 nightgowns or pj’s — button-down front or nursing gowns if nursing. You may, however, use hospital gowns if you prefer.
  • 2-3 bras — nursing bras or snug-fitting for non-nursing moms
  • Panties suitable for holding pads
  • Something comfy to wear home (what you wore at 26 weeks)
  • Laptop, wired or wireless (call 256-737-2649 for assistance)
  • Bow, wreath or other door decoration

What should I bring to the hospital for my baby?

  • Socks, hats and mittens
  • Clothes for baby photo and blanket for background
  • Clothes and receiving blanket for going home
  • Blankets (some are provided for use while you are here)
  • Baby sleepers/gown (for use after triple dye on baby’s cord is dry, to prevent staining)
  • Pacifiers
  • Baby car seat that has already been placed in your car
  • Nursing pillow for breastfeeding moms

Open 24/7

Second floor, main hospital
1912 AL Highway 157, Cullman, AL 35058

Contact Phone Numbers:
Maternity: 256-737-2200
Nursery: 256-737-2221
Breastfeeding Help Line: 256-737-2221
Fax: 256-737-2049



You can imagine with a name like Sarah Storck, sharing insights about pregnancy and childbirth might be expected. After Sarah’s second child was delivered by OBGYN physician Dr. Thomas Richard in May of 2022, she reached out to Cullman Regional’s Maternity Center to express her gratitude for Dr. Richard and the nurses who made her delivery experience everything she wanted it to be.

“I felt like I was the only patient in the hospital, like I was the priority. It was a wonderful experience.”

Storck, who lives in Vinemont, traveled to Birmingham to have her first baby because she thought the quality of care would be better. Today, she has a message for expectant parents or anyone planning a pregnancy.

“You don’t have to go out of town for excellent care. If you are even considering delivering at Cullman Regional, you should do it.”