NBC Winston-Salem, NC: Forsyth Medical Center opens emergency department for expecting mothers
OBHG's hospital partner, Forsyth Medical Center in Winston-Salem, NC, was recently featured in a video news story on WXII12.com, Winston-Salem's NBC-affiliate station. Forsyth Medical Center partnered with OBHG to launch an obstetrics emergency department in mid-2019.
Here are some excerpts from the story:
"When a pregnant patient comes to the OB-ER they can expect to be seen by an obstetrician who's familiar with complications of pregnancy and to have that service in a timely manner," said Dr. Lewis Lipscomb.
Anne Smith, director of women's and children's health,...
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