Women and Children’s Services

Women and Children’s Services (WCS) is focused on caring for families. This includes:

  • Families with moms who are pregnant and need care before, during and after they have given birth
  • Families with newborn babies who need routine or specialized care
  • Families with children who require pediatric care due to illness or other physical or mental health concerns
  • Families with children who may need health and wellness support through the Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) program. WIC is provided by the Wyoming Institute of Population Health.

We understand that each family has its own priorities and wellness concerns and want you to know that our WCS family is here to serve your family with caring, understanding and compassion.

We encourage you to visit the services highlighted on this page for more details about the family-focused care that we provide.

Women and Children’s Services at Cheyenne Regional Medical Center includes a renovated area that features several advancements and improvements, including spacious labor/delivery and postpartum rooms and bathrooms, NICU rooms that can accommodate twins, state-of-the-art technology and an inviting, comfortable atmosphere to enhance each mother’s personalized birthing experience. About 1,200 babies are born at CRMC each year.

Additional services provided by the Wyoming Institute of Population Health for Laramie County residents