CHRISTUS Health would like to thank all of our patients, their families, local business owners and leaders in the communities we serve for their support during our negotiations with Cigna. We realize this situation caused concern, and we are thankful for a resolution that allows us to continue to provide care close to home for all those who need high quality, compassionate care. Learn More

Our Approach

We take a loving approach to maternity care. In our family-centered environment, mothers and newborns stay together in the same room. It's that kind of warm setting that gently encourages our new families to bond with their babies.

For babies requiring specialized care after delivery, our Level III neonatal intensive care unit offers advanced technology in a family-friendly environment. Expert infant transport teams stand by 24/7 to bring babies from other surrounding area hospitals who require intensive care at our NICU. 

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Pregnancy Newsletter

Our Pondering Pregnancy Newsletter is a monthly guide to get you through every step of your preparation to become pregnant, your pregnancy, delivery and your first days with your newborn.

From prepping your body for pregnancy to the developmental milestones of your soon to arrive baby, each issue is packed with useful information. Sign Up

Our Location

CHRISTUS Shreveport-Bossier Health System
1453 East Bert Kouns
Shreveport, Louisiana 71105

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Voice of Patients - Prepared Childbirth Classes

Information and Services

  • Breastfeeding Classes and Lactation Specialists
  • Education
  • Maternal Fetal Medicine
  • Visits from Family and Friends
  • NICU

Patient Story


When Ruston couple Meghan and James Garbarino were preparing for the arrival of their third child, choosing an area neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) wasn’t something they considered.

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