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Humility of Mary moving all maternity services to Boardman

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BOARDMAN TWP., Ohio - Beginning next week, all of its maternity services at St. Elizabeth Health Center will permanently move to Boardman.

A new labor and delivery unit, as well as a new neonatal intensive care unit, will open on Monday April 7th inside the newly constructed tower at the hospitals Boardman campus.

Staff members, who have spent the last several months training for this big transition, say they'll be ready.

"Our hope is that this facility will provide the patients with the ultimate patient experience. To deliver their baby, to learn about their new experience with the expertise of all of the staff that are working here and it ultimately will be a rewarding family experience for all of our patients," said Anna Klejka, Humility of Mary Health Partners.

The new maternity wing is part of a $100 million renovation project.

The new space will have 33 postpartum rooms, 14 labor and delivery rooms and three operating rooms.

On Tuesday, we will take you on a tour of the new wing.

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