Health Notes

Providing Tender and Thoughtful Care

by admin on August 31, 2015

Methodist Women's HospitalI delivered my daughter at Methodist Women’s Hospital and I couldn’t have been blessed with a better staff. After such a beautiful delivery, I unfortunately had a postpartum hemorrhage and bled for 14 hours. I had the absolute best care I could have possibly had. Dr. Probasco is an incredible OB and I would recommend her over and over again. She deserves an award for her quick actions and tremendous amount of compassion. The tenderness and thoughtfulness of each and every nurse made my stay extremely pleasant.

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2015 NICU Reuion
Click here to view a slideshow of the 2015 NICU Reunion.

Nearly 500 parents, children and Methodist Women’s Hospital staff gathered for the fifth annual NICU reunion at Methodist Women’s Hospital and West Dodge Station Elementary School.

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Cleaning with The Meaning of Care

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There is Still Time to Donate!

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Vacation Health Scare Leads to Positive Family Experience at Jennie Edmundson

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