The only women’s hospital in San Diego County.
At Sharp Mary Birch, caring for women is what we do. Whether you’re delivering a baby or undergoing gynecologic surgery, count on our specialized caregivers to be with you every step of the way.
Delivering more babies than any other hospital in California.
Each year, Sharp Mary Birch welcomes nearly 8,000 babies into the world, including the
world’s smallest baby. But being a health care leader takes more than numbers — it takes exceptional care. Like our patient-centered
labor and delivery services and our advanced treatment of
high-risk pregnancy. And for newborns needing special attention, our
Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit is recognized as among the best in the world.
Since we cannot offer hospital tours at this time, we have created a virtual tour of what to expect when you arrive at the hospital to have your baby. We hope this step-by-step tour helps ease anxieties and answers questions you may have about your delivery at Sharp Mary Birch.
And to support pregnant moms, we offer our free mobile app,
Sharp Baby, to track milestones, schedule appointments, and more.
Breastfeeding guidance and support.
Are you a new mom with questions about breastfeeding? Sharp Mary Birch is here to help. While our outpatient breastfeeding support groups are currently canceled, the certified lactation educators at the
New Beginnings Boutique & Gift Shop are standing by to address all your breastfeeding questions or challenges.
We understand that every mom and baby are different and that when navigating the challenges of breastfeeding, advice and reassurance are often what’s needed most. If your questions are unable to be answered, we will help schedule an appointment via telephone with a Sharp Mary Birch lactation specialist to assist you further.
To speak to a lactation educator today, call
858-939-4127 daily from 10 am to 4 pm.
Specialized care for women of all ages.
We provide exceptional care for women at all stages of life, including
minimally invasive procedures to treat a range of conditions from fibroids to endometriosis.