To determine the influential significance of types of hospital property over methods of delivery and other related medical issues The research includes 61 662 deliveries over the period of 01.01.2013-31.12.2013, registered in the Birth Information System (BIS) maintained by the National Center of Public Health and Analyses . It is a retrospective research that compares the portion of cesarean sections (C-sections), premature births, the birth weight of newborns, and APGAR scores at the first minute after birth in three types of hospitals, divided by their property types--municipal, state owned, and private. Alternate analysis has been used--comparison of relative portion indices. We used t-test to determine significant differences among surveyed indicators with established level of significance p < 0.05. The rate of C-sections out of all deliveries for the period of 2013 totals 38.40%. One can determine important differences in this rate among different types of hospitals, the highest rate reaching 59.63% in private hospitals. Health institutions with more than 1000 deliveries per year also show a greater amount of accomplished c-sections. The percentage of birth before 37 weeks of gestation and of birth weight below 2500 g is greatest in state owned hospitals, and the portion of newborns with APGAR scores measuring above 7 is greatest in municipal hospitals. There is a tendency in the rise of the portion of c-sections, and from 2012 to 2013 this rise runs up to 2.39%. However, there is a lack of data to relate significant greater proportion of c-section deliveries in private hospitals to any medical reasons. Therefore, some additional research should be done to give a more objective explanation to the reasons as well as the consequences that follow a change in obstetrical behavior that eventually leads to a rise in c-section deliveries.