The objective of the study was to identify bacteria that cause nosocomial infection and other diseases in delivery rooms which may put the mother and the newborn at risk to infections. The identification of pathogenic bacteria was conducted in a hospital in Davao City. Six samples from a Kellypad were collected from three different duty shifts, and microbiological culture, microscopic examination, and biochemical tests were conducted. Results showed the presence of Pseudomonas species, Serratia Marcescens and Enterobacter Cloacae. The results of the study indicated that the delivery instruments used in sample collections were contaminated with pathogenic bacteria. Thus, the researchers recommend proper disinfections of the equipment used in the delivery room setting in order to regulate the spread of infection in the area.