What sets Clovis Community apart

Welcoming nearly 5,000 newborns a year, the Peters Future Generations Center at Clovis Community is trusted time and time again for delivering outstanding maternity and birthing care.
We encourage you to share your preferences with us early on so we can work together to carry out your wishes while ensuring the health and safety of you and your baby.

This state-of-the-art facility is equipped with the latest technologies to deliver exceptional care in a setting that offers many comforts of home. Our compassionate, expert staff are dedicated to you, your family and your birth experience.

Labor and delivery, postpartum at our Sang Family Postpartum & Newborn Care unit, and our Neonatal Intensive Care (NICU - Level 2) areas are located in the three-story Women's & Children's Pavilion.



Every room at Clovis Community is a private room with home-like décor and advanced technology, including free Wi-Fi and interactive television. We offer in-room sleeping accommodations so your support person can remain by your side. And our infant security system ensures the safety of your baby at all times.


Expert support staff

We know this is a very special time for you and your baby to bond, so our compassionate staff will encourage frequent skin-to-skin contact, breastfeeding and quiet time. And our certified lactation consultants are here to help with challenging breastfeeding issues.

Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU)

In the unlikely event your baby needs extra medical attention after your delivery, you can take comfort in knowing we're experts in this, too. Our Level 2 NICU is designed to meet the needs of premature and/or ill newborns. We have skilled neonatologists, nurses and support staff specially trained in neonatal care.

We provide around-the-clock care in a nurturing environment 24/7 while offering many opportunities for parents and families to interact with their baby while in the NICU.

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Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

Family Resources & Parent Education

Frequently Asked Questions

COVID-19 guidelines

As we continue to meet the needs of our community, we must also make adjustments in our operations to account for the unusually high volume of patients. For example, two or more patients may be cared for and recover in a shared overflow area.

Please be assured your safety and privacy is a top priority and will be maintained throughout your stay as we care for you. Your care team will communicate what you can expect when you're admitted. See our visitor guidelines for more information.

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