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Tours

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.

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.

Visit COVID-19 Information Page

We would love to meet you and show you around before your baby is born. Tours of the Women’s Pavilion & Birthplace – Raleigh are offered in the evenings and on one Saturday per month.  Register online.

All Tours Currently
Postponed Until Further Notice


Take a Virtual Tour

If you can't get here in person, or you are eager to learn more about us, take a virtual tour of our facility today!


A friendly smile from one of our dedicated Raleigh Campus labor and delivery nurses.   One of Raleigh Campus' 15 new labor and delivery suites, designed to offer privacy and comfort in a family-centered environment. Raleigh Tour Image 2
A doctor speaks with his patient as she rests comfortably in one of Raleigh's 15 new labor and delivery suites. Raleigh Tour Image 3
  Dr. Avick Mitra, of WakeMed Physician Practices - Maternal Fetal Medicine, speaks with a Raleigh Campus labor and delivery patient. Dr. Mitra specializes in high-risk pregnancy. Raleigh Tour Image 4
  This patient chooses to convert her bed to an upright position as she speaks with her doctor during her labor experience. Raleigh Tour Image 5
  This patient speaks with her doctor about her birth plan. Patient- and family-centered care is always a top priority at WakeMed. Raleigh Tour Image 6
Natural light, modern decor & state-of-the-art equipment are features of the new rooms in the Women's Pavilion & Birthplace - Raleigh. Raleigh Tour Image 7
 

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.

Visit COVID-19 Information Page