Inova offers Northern Virginia’s families a wide array of excellent choices for a childbirth experience that suits individual preferences and needs. Inova Loudoun boasts private labor & delivery suites with beautiful soaking tubs as well as private recovery suites and private bathrooms.
Inova Loudoun Hospital is the premier hospital in Loudoun County for childbirth services. Expectant families choose us for our commitment to clinical excellence, birthing options and specialized care; including those with high-risk pregnancies.
Our team of board-certified OB-GYNs, CNMs, perinatologists, neonatologists, anesthesiologists, nurses and lactation consultants will joyfully provide the best possible care for you and your baby.
Location & Hours
Inova Loudoun is located at 44045 Riverside Pkwy Leesburg, VA 20176 North Entrance
Parking: The hospital recommends that if you are in labor to park in the parking lot in front of the north entrance or the parking deck to the right of the hospital
If you are in labor: enter the hospital through the main north entrance. You will check in at the front desk
Visiting hours: 9am-9pm with the exception of:
- Two visitors and one professional doula are allowed 24/7 during the labor and delivery experience (cannot switch individuals)
Amenities & Features for Birth/Postpartum
- Private labor & delivery rooms
- Spa tubs available in every room
- Wireless waterproof fetal monitors
- Birth balls
- Peanut balls
- Squat bars
- Light therapy
- Access to midwives and OBs
- Wireless & Telemetry Monitors
- Lactation consultants
- Private postpartum rooms with shower, sleep chair or pull-out sofa for partner; rocking chair; adjustable lighting, in-room wifi
Placenta Removal– Your placenta can be taken home on the day of delivery but you will need to sign a waiver. Be sure to tell your care provider and nurses that you will be bringing your placenta home.
Water Birth: Labor Only, birthing in the tub is not permitted.
Level III NICU
State of the Art safety and security measures including secure doors, matching infant/mother bracelets, and an electronic infant monitoring system which will trigger a lockdown if your infant is in an unauthorized location.
Typical Discharge– Vaginal delivery 2 nights; Cesarean– 3-4 nights.