Life in 2020 is not turning out as we had expected. Just imagine what it’s like for women who are expecting! The novel coronavirus is causing increased anxiety and uncertainty for pregnant women and their loved ones.  What is known about how the virus affects mothers-to-be, their unborn children and newborn infants? Host, Dr. Jonathan Fialkow gets the latest information from Dr. Katia Magalie Apollon, a specialist in Obstetrics and Gynecology with Baptist Health South Florida on this episode of Baptist HealthTalk.

 
Maternity Pre-Registration

Maternity Pre-Registration

When your baby is born at a Baptist Health hospital, you can expect a warm, welcoming, highly professional atmosphere. Our caring staff takes a patient- and family-centered approach to care, guiding and supporting you throughout the birth experience.

If you’re delivering at a Baptist Health hospital, it’s important to pre-register as early as possible in your pregnancy to ensure that your records are ready when it is time to have your baby.

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