Baylor Scott & White Medical Center - Marble Falls

What to Expect When Giving Birth Here


Address: 810 St Hwy 71, Marble Falls, TX 78654

Phone: (830) 201-8000

Leapfrog Ratings - Hospital Maternity Ratings

  • This hospital's rate of Cesarean sections is 31.5%
  • This hospital's rate of early elective deliveries is 2.9%
  • This hospital's rate of episiotomies is 2.2%
  • This hospital's rate of screening newborns for jaundice before discharge is 100.0%
  • This hospital's rate of preventing blood clots in women undergoing cesarean section is 100.0%           
  • This hospital does not have certified nurse-midwives and/or certified midwives deliver newborns.     
  • This hospital does not employ doulas but does allow patients to bring their own doula.
  • This hospital offers lactation services in the hospital.   
  • This hospital does not offer vaginal delivery after cesarean section (VBAC).           
  • This hospital does not offer tubal ligation during the labor and delivery admission.

This particular Baylor Scott & White Medical Center is located in Marble Falls and offers their maternity patients compassionate labor and delivery, medical, and surgical support! Since 2015 Baylor Scott & White Medical Center – Marble Falls has received ‘Texas Ten Step Program’ designation from the Texas Department of State Health Services for improving the health of newborns and infants. The Texas Ten Step Program encourages breastfeeding as the preferred method of feeding for newborns and infants, and this Medical Center provides information and tools to support new mothers and their decision to breastfeed.

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Providing outstanding Placenta Services to Bastrop County & all of Central Texas!

Baylor Scott & White in Marble Falls offers their maternity patients:

  • Delayed cord clamping
  • Wireless fetal monitoring
  • Aromatherapy during labor
  • Three private labor and delivery rooms
  • Eight postpartum beds
  • A surgical suite located within labor & delivery to accommodate caesarean (C-section) births
  • Three triage/outpatient test and treatment rooms
  • Secured unit for your safety and the safety of your newborn baby
  • Open visitation 24 hours a day when mom and baby are in labor and delivery
  • Plenty of room for birthing partner to stay with mother and baby in their spacious suites
  • Private bathroom with shower
  • Phone and cable TV
  • Wi-Fi access available throughout the Hospital
  • Certified lactation consultants to assist with breastfeeding

The Baylor Scott & White Marble Falls website offers a fantastic photo slideshow of their Labor & Delivery rooms, Postpartum rooms, and other parts of the Hospital! On their website you can also sign up for their childbirth educations classes and baby safety classes, as well as find helpful resources and frequently asked questions.

You can sign up to receive a free ‘Pregnancy Planning Checklist’ here

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Baylor Scott & White – Marble Falls is located outside of ‘Tree of Life’s’ FREE travel radius, but we do offer 3 convenient options: 

1.      Have your partner or a close friend or family member meet your Placenta Specialist at the 60-mile mark

2.      Pay a “travel fee” for your Placenta Specialist to travel to you

3.      Pay to have your placenta shipped to us overnight and to have your products shipped back to you.

Placenta Encapsulation is the process in which your placenta is used to make an easy-to-take daily supplement that can help you have a better postpartum recovery!  The most common reported benefits include:

  • Boost in energy
  • Reduced risk of developing postpartum depression
  • Healthy milk supply
  • Less postpartum bleeding
  • Faster healing/recovery
  • Less post-surgical and postpartum pain 

In the state of Texas, you are allowed to keep your placenta in most cases, but certain circumstances can require that the placenta go to Pathology for testing. Read more about what to do if this happens here: Know Your Placenta Rights in a Hospital Setting

The specific placenta protocol for Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in Marble Falls is:

  1. Notify your L&D Nurses of your plans to keep your placenta
  2. Bring a cooler (the hospital will provide ice)
  3. Sign the Hospital’s Consent/Release Form
  4. Placenta must leave the Hospital as soon as possible (if they force you to remove the placenta from the premises before your Specialist can arrive for pick-up, then keep it stored in your car, checking on it periodically for ice replenishment if needed)

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Unfortunately, there are not many labor and delivery reviews online for this specific Hospital, and the ones that do exist aren’t super recent so it’s hard to get a feel for the overall experience of giving birth at this Hospital.  Searching local Marble Falls Facebook pages for other mom’s experiences at this Hospital would be the best way to get some more recent feedback.  Do your research and never be afraid to advocate for yourself!

Positive Reviews: 

2023: “I was in labor and in need of a repeat c-section because I wasn't dilating. This hospital was fast to get me in last minute and respectful of all my wishes. DR. Rojas is a very nice and respectful OB I wish I had him my whole pregnancy along with my midwife.”

2022: “I absolutely loved the nurses there in the labor and delivery they were all so helpful and so generous to me!! I want to say a HUGE thank you to my doctor!! Doctor Rojas is absolutely amazing I loved having him as my doctor he is very sweet and always puts his concern towards you and makes you feel very comfortable I couldn’t have had a better doctor then him!! Thank you guys, for everything!!”

2020: “I just had a baby on the 30th. The nurses and doctors were super nice and very helpful through everything. I recommend it.”

Negative Reviews:

2019: “I just had my baby here, and though the delivery went great and my day time nurses were amazing, there was too much bad about the night team to outweigh the good. It was established that my baby had a nursing problem and needed supplements for feeding, they let her go 6 hours before even coming in to ask if she had nursed or if she needed a bottle. I don't expect my needs to be put over everyone else's, but I could hear the nurses station going off with people’s room alarms and the nurses ignoring them. Not to mention the nurses I had told me information about another baby, getting me worried about her health, and then told me 5 hours later she was talking about the wrong baby. Maybe it was just my experience with my nurse, but it was awful.”