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When it comes to labor and delivery, Bingham Memorial offers a premier birthing center. Not only is our staff highly skilled, but the facility is beautiful. With amenities like jetted showers/tubs, a soothing water feature, leather furniture, at your request menu service, and a soothing color palate, you’ll think you have entered a luxury resort, rather than a high-tech medical center. It’s all part of our effort to offer premier services to the women of our community in a caring and compassionate manner. 

At Bingham Memorial Hospital, our goal is to provide you and your baby with high quality healthcare services in a caring and compassionate environment. We want each delivery to be a pleasant and memorable experience. 

When it comes to delivering your baby, you can relax knowing our caring physicians have delivered thousands of babies. Within our state-of-the-art facilities, our doctors also have access to 24-hour respiratory therapy, laboratory, and radiology services, combined with an around-the-clock surgical team. Our birthing center is ready for any situation that may arise during your stay. 

We are excited you are considering the Birthing Center at Bingham Memorial Hospital, and we look forward to welcoming your precious child(ren) into the world. 

Your Delivery Dream Team

Doctors Larson, Pugmire, and Weaver are eager to help you welcome your small wonder to the world at The Birthing Center. Call today to make an appointment with any one of our baby-delivery dream team.

Dr. Steven Larson

OB/GYN
Bingham Memorial Women's Center
98 Poplar Street
208-782-3900 

Dr. Heather Pugmire

OB/GYN
Bingham Memorial Women's Center
98 Poplar Street
208-782-3900 

Dr. Heidi S. Weaver

OB/GYN
Bingham Memorial Women's Center
98 Poplar Street
208-782-3900

For a tour of The Birthing Center, call 785-3825.

Meet Our Birthing Center Providers

Birthing Center Services

In preparation for your big day, we offer Birthing Basics Classes and a Free Birth Plan.


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    March 08, 2016

    Approximately 30% of women in the U.S. will deliver a child by cesarean, and many are left with the feeling that they “missed out” on something. See how one woman turned a C-...


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