Britney supposedly planning to give birth at Scottsdale Healthcare Shea Hospital

07/20/2005 at 04:43 PM ET

According to Star magazine, Britney has registered to give birth at Scottsdale Healthcare Shea Hospital in Scottsdale, Arizona.  For more details on her birth plan, read our previous post on her birthing plan

The website for the hospital has a cool feature that lets you check out photos of the babies born there (whose parents have given permission).  Don’t expect to see the Federline baby’s photo here though!

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Shirly on

Scottsdale Shea is a beautiful hospital, especially it’s birthing area. The mother delivers and recovers all in the same room. Baby lives in suite with her too. They have special sinks for baby that are shaped like a baby tub and then special soft water sprayers to rinse baby with. There is a warmer in every room which is hidden in the wall and pops out of what looks like a cupboard. And there’s a couch for dad in every room as well. When I heard she was delivering in Scottsdale, I figured that’s where it would be.

Bigger Than Britney on

I’m surprised that she would tell people where she is planning to deliver. I would think the paparrazi will probably just camp out there for the next few months waiting to see when she goes in.

Toby on

I had my son at Scottsdale Healthcare (shea) in September 2004 and I had a fantastic experience. . . I plan on having future chidlren there too.

Frankly, I think annoucing the hospital is a rouse to throw off the media. Does this mean that he OBBYN is also based in Scottsdale? Why would you want to give birth at a city without your doctor or midwife?

Heather on

Sounds like a great place to give birth. I wonder why they are going so far though. There’s tons of beautiful hospitals in so cal with great birthing rooms.I would think that they would want to be close to home so they don’t have to travel with a newborn right after. Although maybe Toby is right about throwing off the media.

*Shirly, it is so funny to see you talking about the warmer that pops out of the wall. It sounds like this story I was told that about 40 or so years ago there would be a drawer that popped out of the wall so that you could place your baby in and then when you pushed it in, a nurse would take it from the other side of the wall. Too funny!