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Birthing Services...Delivering Happy Families!


Birthing Services


The Labor & Delivery unit, staffed by Family Practice Physicians, Certified Nurse Anesthetists, and OB trained nurses, has welcomed thousands of babies into our community.

Our three room labor and delivery suite provides a home-like atmosphere that utilizes the latest in medical equipment and technology, and provides a personalized touch to help new parents and families feel comfortable during this special time.

Hospital Birthing Services


3-room birthing facility
State-of-the-art fetal heart monitoring
Birthing balls
Birthing bars
Infant CPR training
Lactation support
In-room daybeds for overnight guests
Professional infant photography by Tina Inez Photography

Pain Management Options


Relaxation Techniques
Jacuzzi Tub
Epidural
Intrathecal
IV pain medications

The Delivery Room


Take a virtual tour of our Labor & Delivery Suites



If you would like to schedule a tour of our Labor & Delivery Unit, please call 406-283-7170.

Prenatal Classes

Prenatal Dates and Times(PDF)

Cabinet Peaks Medical Center Supports Safe Sleep for Infants


Sudden unexpected infant death (SUID, formerly known as SIDS) is a term used to describe the sudden and unforeseen death of a baby younger than 1 year old when the cause is not specifically known. These deaths often happen while the baby is sleeping, and investigation often reveals that the baby was not able to breathe properly in their crib or other sleep environment.

At Cabinet Peaks Medical Center, we are dedicated to the health and safety of our youngest patients. We have applied for certification as a Safe Sleep Hospital. The National Safe Sleep Hospital Certification Program recognizes hospitals that have committed to making babies as safe as possible in their sleep environments and eliminating as many sleep-related deaths as possible.

Safe Sleep Hospital Requirements


Certified Safe Sleep Hospitals are required to:

Develop a safe sleep policy statement incorporating the Infant Safe Sleep guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Train staff on safe sleep guidelines, the hospital's safe sleep policy, and the importance of modeling safe sleep for parents.
Educate parents on the importance of safe sleep practices and implement these practices in the hospital setting.

Learning about safe sleep for babies is important for all caregivers, including grandparents, other family members, babysitters, childcare providers, and anyone else who might care for babies.

Best Practices for Safe Sleep


As a certified Safe Sleep Hospital, CPMC will also share infant sleep safety best practices and education with the community.

Here are tips to help create a safer sleep environment:
Follow the ABCs of Safe Sleep:
Alone - baby sleeps alone, without other objects, caregivers, or siblings
Back - baby sleeps on his/her back
Crib - baby sleeps on his/her own sleeping space, such as a crib or a bassinet
Until their first birthday, place your baby on their back to sleep for naps and at night.
Place your baby to sleep on a firm sleep surface covered by a fitted sheet.
Room-sharing is recommended - keep baby's sleep area in the same room where you sleep for at least the first six months, but do not let your baby sleep with you or anyone else in bed (co-bedding).
If your baby falls asleep in a car seat, stroller or other carrier, move them to a firm sleep surface such as a crib, bassinet or portable crib for sleep.
Never place your baby to sleep on a couch, sofa, or armchair.
Keep soft objects such as pillows and blankets, toys and bumpers out of your baby's sleep area.
If you give your baby a pacifier, use one that is not attached to a string for naps and at night to decrease risk of choking or strangling.
Breastfeed your baby (studies show babies who breastfeed have a lower risk for SUID).

If you are in need of a safe space for your infant to sleep, (crib, bassinet, pack-n-play) please contact Kimberlee Rebo @ 406-283-7179 or krebo@cabinetpeaks.org

Car Seat Safety


CPMC cares about the safety of your children. We are proud to partner with a Nationally Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician (CPST) to provide car seat safety checks. A certified child passenger safety technician provides community presentations and child safety seat checks where parents and caregivers receive education and hands-on assistance with the proper use of child restraint systems and seat belts.

This service is for anyone with a child requiring a car seat and there is no charge to the family.

To schedule a car seat safety check or if you are unable to purchase a car seat for your child, contact Sarah Long @ 406-283-2467 or slong@libby.org

Local Providers


Jana Hall, MD
Family Practice/Obstetrics
Northwest Community Health Center
320 East Second Street
Libby, MT
406-293-3755

Daniel Taylor Williams, MD
Family Practice/Obstetrics
Northwest Community Health Center
320 East Second Street
Libby, MT
406-293-3755

Kelli Jarrett, MD
Family Practice/Obstetrics
The Libby Clinic
211 East Second Street
Libby, MT
406-293-8711

Related Links


American Academy of Pediatrics
Baby Center
Cabinet Peaks Clinic
Global Health Breastfeeding Videos
Libby Clinic
Montana Newborn Screening Programs
Northwest Community Health Center
National Safe Kids Campaign
Cribs for Kids
Halo Sleep
Safe Start
Spinning Babies

Cabinet Peaks Medical Center

Birthing Services
209 Health Park Drive
Libby, MT 59923
(406) 283-7170
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