PeaceHealth invites expectant moms to ‘Maybe Baby?’ online event

Those who participate will have the opportunity to learn about the care, support and amenities at the PeaceHealth Southwest’s Family Birth Center

Anyone who is pregnant or considering pregnancy is invited to attend PeaceHealth Southwest Family Birth Center’s special online event “Maybe Baby?”. The event is a virtual Open House where women and their partners will have the opportunity to learn about the care, support and amenities that make PeaceHealth Southwest’s Family Birth Center one of the best in the country.

A baby, its family and staff members are shown here in this recent photo at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver. Photo courtesy PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center
A baby, its family and staff members are shown here in this recent photo at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center in Vancouver. Photo courtesy PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center

Participants can also:

• Learn about birthing options including natural and water birth

• Meet obstetricians Dr. Nathan Amrine and Dr. Anuradha Devabhaktuni

• Hear from Family Birth center and NICU nurses and other caregivers

• Ask questions

DETAILS

• Maybe Baby Family Birth Center VIRTUAL Open House

• Thu., May 20 from 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Everyone in attendance will have a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card. “Maybe Baby?” is a perfect opportunity for moms to discover and explore all the exceptional things that make the birth experience at the Family Birth Center special. There is no fee to attend. Sign up online at www.peacehealth.org/maybebaby

One of the birthing suites at the PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center is shown here. Photo courtesy of PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center
One of the birthing suites at the PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center is shown here. Photo courtesy of PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center

About the PeaceHealth Family Birth Center

The Family Birth Center at PeaceHealth Southwest offers spacious, attractive private birthing suites where moms can labor, delivery and recovery in comfort. After birth, newborns will remain in the suite, sleeping in a state-of-the-art Halo bassinet. The Family Birth Center offers options including natural birth, water birth and midwives. The Center has 24-hour onsite specialty providers, and there is an excellent adjacent Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). For more information visit https://www.peacehealth.org/southwest/family-birth-center.

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