Always TherePosted on February 8, 2023
Fort Sanders Perinatal Center sees patients through devastating loss and incredible joy There’s nothing particularly special about the way Michelle Irons and her family spend their time together. “We cheer on the Vols, we love pizza and we often visit the zoo,” says the Clinton mom. “We’re blessed and thankful.” What’s special to Irons is […]
Giving Up Is Not an OptionPosted on June 1, 2022
Fort Sanders Perinatal Center helps woman through high-risk pregnancies It had taken 11 months to get pregnant, and the last thing Sara Kirthlink wanted was a reason to worry about her long-awaited child. Kirthlink’s obstetrician had detected possible preeclampsia, a complication involving high blood pressure and risk to internal organs. There was also evidence that […]
Doubly BlessedPosted on March 11, 2021
Twins Autum Shaw and Amber Tramontana both gave birth on the same day, their birthday, at Fort Sanders Regional within 90 minutes of each other.
Seen and HeardPosted on August 13, 2020
Timara McCollum faced a difficult pregnancy following three miscarriages. The Fort Sanders Perinatal Center helped deliver her “rainbow” baby.
Delivered with CarePosted on March 28, 2019
Dr. Andrade works in a practice that specializes in helping women who have high-risk pregnancies. As a patient, Lay felt comforted and confident in Dr. Andrade’s ability to help her through delivery.
The Greatest Adventure: PregnancyPosted on May 10, 2018
After years of trying to start a family, tests revealed Roque had a blood clotting issue. Combined with her advanced age, this caused her next pregnancy to be classified as “high risk.” That’s when she was referred to Fort Sanders Perinatal Center at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center.