January is National Birth Defects Prevention Month. Paul C. Browne, MD, FACOG, of Lexington Maternal Fetal Medicine at Lexington Medical Center offers advice for optimizing your health before and during pregnancy to ensure the best possible outcomes.
After delivering a healthy baby, Hollie Harmon knows her decision to have the COVID-19 vaccine was the right one. She, along with maternal fetal medicine specialist Paul Browne, MD, sat down with WIS TV to discuss pregnancy, fertility and the vaccine.
A doula (pronounced “doo-lah”) is a birth coach who helps moms during labor and delivery with physical, emotional and educational support. Lexington Medical Center’s doula program is the first-of-its-kind in the Southeast. Doulas are a free service for women having a baby at our hospital.
Lexington Medical Center is the first hospital in South Carolina to install two Mamava® lactation pods inside the hospital. Lexington Medical Center nurse Deborah Belton, RN, BSN, PCCN, uses one of the pods daily.
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