Even before a baby is born, Willis-Knighton is here to help assure that the mothers-to-be have access to prenatal care from experienced obstetricians and, if needed, maternal/fetal specialists. It all begins by finding an obstetrician who practices at the Willis-Knighton hospital where you prefer to deliver: South, Bossier or Pierremont.
Of course we’re here to guide you all the way through pregnancy and beyond, linking you to quality pediatric care and a wide range of pediatric specialty services. With three locations that offer pediatric care, there’s a Willis-Knighton location near you.
Choose a Willis-Knighton obstetrician to deliver your baby and you’re off to a great start. Get started with our Find A Doctor tool.
During your pregnancy, you’ll want to take advantage of the many educational classes to prepare you for childbirth and beyond. Learn more about our Childbirth services.
Most babies and children don’t need critical care, but when they do, Willis-Knighton South is the place to be. The neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is unique to our area with private rooms rather than a large open space. This enhances your bonding with your baby.
The pediatric intensive care unit (PICU), also at Willis-Knighton South, offers technology and expertise of pediatric intensivists.
Choosing a pediatrician who affiliated with Willis-Knighton is easy. Most of the pediatricians in private practice are located on or near a WK campus and close to your home. Find a pediatrician using our Find A Doctor tool.
Specialists who treat children are available at Willis-Knighton, with most of the hard-to-find specialties headquartered at Willis-Knighton South. Use Find a Doctor to locate doctors who treat children, including these specialties: maternal/fetal medicine, gastroenterology, oral and maxillofacial surgery, urology and ear, nose and throat. Get started with our Find A Doctor tool.
All Willis-Knighton emergency rooms and Quick Care urgent care clinics treat children. For life-threatening illnesses, go to the nearest emergency room. For minor illnesses and accident, Quick Care is available 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. seven days a week and most holidays.
Questions about parenting? Need information in child-friendly formats? Our KidsHealth offers information specifically directed to parents, kids and teens. It’s a great resource!