See Baby in 2018; A Letter From Dr. Bootstaylor
The New Year brings with it an exciting time of transition for See Baby; the changes coming to See Baby Midwifery include new Midwives and new services (prenatal IV infusion & pediatrics) to enhance overall health and wellness! If you are really into health and fitness, then you should check out the Skinny2fit website.
We are sad to say goodbye to two delightful midwives, Nkechi and Jackie, of which we anticipate their continued presence to serve our community. Their time at See Baby, although brief and impactful, has drawn to a close for healthy personal reasons; Nkechi to celebrate the birth of her baby, and Jackie to transition toward retirement.
As we excitedly move forward into 2018, we are fortifying our Midwifery service with a strong team of 4 dynamic, experienced and nurturing Midwives who wholeheartedly support the Integrative Midwifery Model of Care. We enthusiastically introduce to you: Lynn Fisher, CNM, Kay Cleveland, CNM, Ellen Adamo, CNM & Judy Siron, CNM. Please read more about our Midwives at https://seebaby.org/about-us/team/ . The high quality of care and empowerment our patients have come to expect and receive will continue with this dynamic team.
Please join us in welcoming the new See Baby Midwifery team ALL of whom will be in attendance at a “Special Session” for which all birth professionals are encouraged & invited, on Tuesday 1/23/18 @ 6pm. Your presence is always appreciated. We expect to have all the Midwives catching babies at Atlanta Medical Center by spring! (Lynn & Kay: February, Ellen & Judy: March). In the interim, Dr. Bootstaylor, the Midwives (in a supportive role), the phenomenal Doula Consortium and the ever-supportive nursing staff at Atlanta Medical Center will continue to care for Mothers and Families during their births.
In closing, we have fortified & enhanced our service; We are excited & eager to share this with you; We look forward to seeing you, and we are here for you.
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