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All Tours Currently Postponed Until Further Notice

We are very sorry for an inconvenience this may cause, and hope to resume these in the near future.

Of course, you’ll want the opportunity to see and experience the place where you will give birth. Take a free, guided tour of WakeMed North Family Health & Women's Hospital which offers an up-close look at the birthing center and a discussion of our services. Tours are offered on weekday evenings and on one Saturday per month.

All Tours Currently Postponed
Until Further Notice

In the meantime, take a peek inside WakeMed North Family Health & Women's Hospital!

Take a Virtual Tour


North Tour Image 1A beautifully lit sculpture adorns the main lobby of North Hospital.

North Tour Image 3Two doctors discuss a patient in North's Level III Special Care Nursery.

North Tour Image 4Dr. James Perciaccante, director of WakeMed Neonatology, examines a patient in North's Level III Special Care Nursery.

North Tour Image 5A work area for doctors and nurses in the North Women's Hospital.

North Tour Image 6The North Hospital Level III Special Care Nursery is fully prepared to care for newborns that may need urgent, specialized care.

North Tour Image 7A patient speaks with her doctor in one of the hospital's six spacious labor and delivery rooms.

North Tour Image 8A nurse works in the dedicated surgical room for C-sections at North Hospital. The hospital's operating room can also be used for the procedure.

North Tour Image 9A nurse waits with a mother and her newborn in the North Hospital lobby.

North Tour Image 10Another view of the C-section room at North Hospital, featuring state-of-the-art technology and equipment.

North Tour Image 11Another view from one of North's spacious, bright labor and delivery rooms.

North Tour Image 12Another view from one of North's spacious rooms.

North Tour Image 13At North, we celebrate birthdays! All new parents receive complimentary sparkling cider and cake.

Temporary Visitation Restrictions

Our top priority is to protect the health and wellbeing of our patients, their families and our staff who are working on the frontlines. While we recognize the important role that visits from loved ones play in the healing process, we must have visitation restrictions in order to protect lives.

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