All too often, complications can arise during pregnancy. It is for this reason that the High-Risk Obstetrics Program at Regional One Health is an invaluable asset to the community.
Each year, nearly 5,000 babies are successfully delivered at Regional Medical Center, of which approximately 25 percent are considered high-risk. The program receives 1,500 referrals annually due to complications in pregnancy. The facility has all the comforts of home, as well as the sophisticated equipment necessary to handle complications during delivery.
High Risk Obstetrics Patient Story: The Parrish Family
“They have a lot of love to give:” As a NICU baby and mom, Aniesha Boatwright knows the difference Regional One Health makes for Mid-South families
When Aniesha Boatwright needed an emergency C-section at just 25 weeks pregnant, she knew Regional One Health was the right place to be for both her and her baby. Aniesha herself was a Regional [...]
After Regional One Health’s NICU team surrounded them with support, the Holdemans paid it forward by helping other premature babies
After Emily and Jordan Holdeman's daughter was born just shy of 28 weeks weighing a little over 2 pounds, they had to get used to life in the NICU. Fortunately, they say the doctors [...]
“It was a beautiful experience:” For Amanda, Regional One Health’s midwifery team offered a perfect mix of personalized support and medical expertise
Amanda Jemison was looking for personalized, supportive care along with the safety of a hospital birth for the birth of her daughter Elenore. She found the perfect combination at Regional One Health, which is the [...]
“I can’t imagine doing anything else!” For 20 years, Alisha Steele has provided exceptional care to Regional One Health’s tiniest patients
Alisha Steele has spent 20 years as a NICU nurse at Regional One Health, touching the lives of countless Mid-South babies and families. Alisha can't imagine working anywhere else, and said she loves caring for [...]