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Jessica Hall asks Dr. Nicole Waschak real questions women want to know when choosing a birthing center

Jessica Hall asks Dr. Nicole Waschak real questions women want to know when choosing a birthing center

The birth of your baby is a monumental event, so choosing where you will give birth is a big decision. Not only do women want assurance their baby is in good hands, but they want seamless, comforting experience to ease any delivery-day jitters. In order to find the birthing center that is right for you, it’s important to consider what you want when choosing. That is why we had radio and TV personality Jessica Hall, sit down and ask Obstetrics/Gynecology specialist in Mission Hills Dr. Nicole Waschak, real, relatable questions about what mothers-to-be should be looking for when choosing a birthing center. 

New parents put their trust in their health care teams and want to choose their best options. Providence Holy Cross Medical Center is committed to the health of moms and babies, providing quality care from labor and delivery to postpartum and even once mom and baby head home. Maternity patients have the care of a stellar nursing staff as well as an obstetrician available 24/7. The Mission Hills hospital is ranked among the top 5 percent of hospitals nationwide for quality by Healthgrades, a leading health care ratings group. Since 2007, Providence Holy Cross has held the "Baby-Friendly" Hospital Designation by Baby-Friendly USA, a global program sponsored by the World Health Organization and United Nations Children's Fund to promote breast-feeding. That same year, Providence Holy Cross was named a Magnet Hospital, indicating top quality nursing in all departments. And to enhance care for babies born prematurely or with serious illness, Providence Holy Cross partners with that world-renowned Children’s Hospital Los Angeles to care for babies in its Neonatal ICU.
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Categories: Maternity & Baby