Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women

As the only freestanding women’s hospital in Memphis, our women’s health clinic offers labor and delivery, gynecological surgery, a newborn intensive care unit (NICU) and the Comprehensive Breast Program.

Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women

Women’s Health Services in Memphis

Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women is the regional referral center for high-risk pregnancies, mammography, minimally invasive surgeries, outpatient diagnostics and urogynecology. Our physicians and staff proudly deliver quality, close-to-home care for patients in Memphis and the surrounding areas. The women’s health clinic provides a range of special services, such as EKG, X-rays, physical therapy and more.


Visiting the Women’s Hospital

Use the main entrance to the Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women, located at the Humphreys Boulevard entrance. After hours, the main entrance is locked at 9:00 p.m. and all guests are asked to enter the hospital through the Children's Emergency Entrance.

Baptist is committed to the care and comfort of our patients and their need for visitors during this time to aid in the healing process.

Visitors will not be allowed in rooms of patients who have pending or positive COVID-19 tests.

We will allow visitors in accordance with the following parameters:

  • Hospital and emergency department patients may have one designated visitor.
  • Patients undergoing surgery or a procedure may have one designated visitor before and immediately after the surgery/procedure.
  • Labor and delivery patients may have one support person to accompany them. The support person must not have any COVID symptoms, including fever.
  • Newborn Intensive Care Unit (NICU) patients may have two visitors who must be a parent or legal guardian.
  • Minor patients may have two parents (or legal guardians) as visitors.
  • Visitors must be 17 years of age or older.
  • Non COVID-positive hospice patients may have a limited number of visitors who must remain in the room for the duration of the visit.

Please note that all visitors must screen negative for COVID-19 based on travel; have none of the following symptoms: fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, new onset of fatigue, nausea or vomiting, diarrhea, headache, new loss of taste or smell; and have had no contact with known or suspected COVID-19 patients.

All designated visitors must wear hospital-issued masks throughout their time in the hospital.


Parking at the Women’s Clinic

Patient and visitor parking areas are located in the front lot and the four-story parking garage across from the women’s hospital.

Vending Machines

Snack and drink machines are located on the ground floor across from the elevators in the lobby and at the north end of the dining hall. 

Women’s Health Clinic Chapel

The Daisy Groner chapel, located off the women’s hospital's main lobby, is always open and provides a quiet place for prayer and meditation.

Nondiscrimination Policy

In accordance with Title VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and its implementing regulations, Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women, directly or through contractual or other arrangements, admits and treats all persons without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, or national origin in its provision of services and benefits, including assignments or transfers within the facility and referrals to or from the facility. Staff privileges are granted without regard to race, color or national origin.

Find Women’s Health Services Close to Home

We deliver compassionate medical services and treatments to women across the region, including the communities of Southaven, Collierville, Germantown and Olive Brand, Tennessee. Baptist Women’s Hospital is here for you. Learn more about care at our women’s clinic.

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Baptist Memorial Hospital for Women

6225 Humphreys Blvd
Memphis, TN 38120
(901) 227–9000
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COVID-19 Visitor Guidelines

Baptist is committed to showing care and compassion for our patients and their need for visitors during this time. Because of the ongoing pandemic, that is limited to one visitor per patient.