When It's Time - Who You Gonna Call?

When labor begins, who are you going to call? Don't worry about digging through your address book at the last minute, because here's a handy way to organize and print off all of those essential phone numbers -- for your caregiver, the labor and delivery unit, a neighbor and others! Print and save a copy for your fridge, or use the small type option to make a card for your wallet. Simply check the boxes that apply, and enter the names and numbers into the blanks.
Nancy & Betsy

Enter information for your phone list here

Type size (choose only one):
Small type (wallet-sized)
Larger type (for wall or fridge)

Want both? Print a copy with one type size, then use your browser's back button and change to the other type size. NOTE: Some browsers will clear all the information entered when you use your back button. Unfortunately, we can't change this on our end.

Primary caregiver to contact (choose one)
Doctor
Midwife
Caregiver

 

Caregiver contact info:

Caregiver name:
Caregiver phone:
Backup phone:

 

Hospital/Birth Center (choose one)
Hospital/Labor and Delivery
Birth Center

Labor and Delivery phone:
Main phone:


For the options below, uncheck the boxes of any headings you do not want to appear on your finished card.

Ambulance/Emergency Services (optional)

Ambulance/Emergency Services phone:

 

Dad's contact information (optional)

Dad's name:
Dad's phone:
Backup phone:

 

Labor support person contact information (optional)

Labor support name:
Labor support phone:
Backup phone:

 

Neighbor contact information (optional)

Neighbor's name:
Neighbor's phone:

 

Childcare provider's contact information (optional)

Childcare provider's name:
Childcare provider's phone:

 

Taxi contact information (optional)

Taxi phone:

Any other instructions or notes?

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