Five reasons to deliver at a hospital during COVID-19

According to an obstetrician at The Mother Baby Center As the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic continues to unfold, many people, including pregnant women, are experiencing increased anxiety about receiving health care. This is also true when it comes to giving birth. Some women may be considering home birth because they are worried about getting COVID-19 at … Continued

When Baby Comes Early: Kate & Solomon’s Story

Kate never expected to deliver her baby at 30 weeks pregnant. She and her husband Brett had just completed birthing classes and a tour of The Mother Baby Center, thinking they still had plenty of time to prepare for the birth of their baby boy. At her 30-week appointment, however, Kate’s doctor, Daniel Chow, told … Continued

Did you say twins?

twins

David I. Lynch-Salamon, MD Finding out you are pregnant with more than one baby is definitely exciting and likely a little intimidating for most women and their families. Even though multiple births are more common these days, a nervous “what happens now?” usually follows the big news. In caring for women who are expecting twins … Continued

The Mother Baby spotlight on Peggy Stoks, RN

The Mother Baby Center is made up of an extraordinary staff of talented, dedicated health care professionals. This week, we’d like to introduce Peggy Stoks, RN. What is your job title? Describe your role.  I am a staff nurse on the labor and birthing unit at The Mother Baby Center. In addition to helping families welcome … Continued