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State of the art birthing center. Caring staff. When my son was born here, the nurses and doctors both made us feel like we were at home with friends.
If anyone is considering having their child here, this medical center is a wonderful choice! We have had several complications with our delivery (not due to anything the hospital has done) and they have kept us informed and have given us choices all throughout. They are respectful. The recovery rooms are lovely. They have their own bathrooms, sinks and mini fridges and room service is amazing (the cafeteria makes some seriously tasty food which has kept our spirits up through some trials.
If your breastmilk takes a while to come in they have have access to donor milk and have a lactation consultant which is a huge relief. They also have nice pumps on site if you can't feed baby right away. They are quite active in your pain management. They wanna make sure you're doing well. They wanna sure baby's doing well.
Just know if you're coming here, you're getting a extra helpful, competent team that puts a lot of effort into creating a wonderful and safe birthing enviroment for you and baby.
The staff is VERY CARING! Official yet very down to earth. They make you feel like your care and you are both very important.
A mixed bag: a couple family members got great treatment and wonderful caring staff. One family member had sepsis from UTI. Olmsted did not identify the rare bacteria and even suggested there was no UTI. When we got to Mayo Clinic they were able to identify the rare bacteria and provide appropriate antibiotics.
If you have something "normal" like broken bones or strep throat, Olmsted is great. It's small and easy to access with plenty of nearby free parking. The staff are generally nice and caring.
The minute you get something unusual, go to Mayo Clinic.
Wouldn't know what to do if it wasn't for the caring team at OMC