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Women's Health

Parkview moms tell their stories.

Listen to real moms talk about their birthing experience.  

Wondering where to have your baby? Sometimes it helps to listen to other mothers. Here are a few Parkview moms we recently interviewed about their birthing experience. From prenatal classes to infant security to the exceptional care of our nurses and doctors, these moms had plenty to talk about! 

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Aja and Sawyer

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For Aja Michael-Keller, having a birth planner helped to streamline the delivery process. “She walked through every detail that we wanted for the birth,” says Aja, who along with her wife, was able to arrange for an adoption and make it clear there would be no father in the delivery room. “I didn’t have to explain, ‘He has two moms.’ It was in the system and everyone was ready.”

  

Lucy and Norah

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As a first-time mom, Lucy Fisher appreciated all of the free classes offered at Parkview. “You don’t want to tack on another expense when you’re trying to plan for a new baby,” says Lucy. She also loved the nurses who cared for her and little Norah. “They were all just so wonderful. I don’t think I could have asked for better.”

 

Jill, Collins and Meyer

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When Jill Richey found out she was having twins, she knew Parkview Regional Medical Center was the logical choice. “The NICU is amazing,” says Jill. “We couldn’t have asked for any better nurses, any better physicians, any more information than what we got.” Today, her one-time preemies are both rambunctious 8-month-olds who love laughing with their older sister.

 

Ashley and Terry

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Ashley Scott appreciated everything about giving birth at Parkview Hospital Randallia. From the prenatal classes to the nurses and lactation consultant, every aspect was “very, very helpful” for a new mom. Ashley also enjoyed the good food and large rooms. “They were able to accommodate my family and my husband,” she notes. “And they actually had two TVs!”

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