I delivered at Northside in October, and generally had a good experience. I went natural up until the end, but DD was sunny side up and got lodged up against my bones, so we ended up with a c-section. The doc didn't let me do skin to skin after the section, because they needed to sew me up. I nursed in the recovery room though.
DH went with DD for cleanup and weighing etc. We refused eye goo/K/hep B and they had us sign the piece of paper about it, but didn't blink an eye or try to argue.
The nurses were all very supportive of breast feeding. DD's weight started to drop a bit (I had a bunch of IV fluids because of the section, and I blame that) so they started to talk about maybe needing to supplement with formula, but they didn't push it and she didn't lose the magic 10% or more where they start to freak out for real.
The lactation consultant is the one who actually (quite sheepishly) gave me some formula on the day I was leaving, because there are 'gift baskets' from the formula companies for new moms. I got a similac diaper sorter that came with a giant thing of formula. Threw out the formula, kept the sorter, end of story.
We ended up staying longer than I thought we would because of the section, but we kept DD in the room with us the whole time, except for her daily check up from the pediatrician. A nurse would come get her (and DH) and bring her to the nursery, where there were a ton of babies all getting checked on in a row.
I don't like that they kept doing heel prick tests to check for jaundice, and one nurse got a little snotty with me when I said no pacifier. I asked if I could feed her during the test to give her comfort instead, and they said no because the tests etc have to be done in the nursery. With the number if babies in the nursery, I can see how it would be easier to deal with having them all right there, but it still annoyed me that I couldn't hold her etc while they poked and prodded her. In retrospect, I am curious what they would have done if they came to get her and I said no.