We want you to feel prepared for your new arrival. Our resource library features articles and stories to to help you feel ready for your baby’s arrival.
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Patient Meagan Lane and maternity nurse Haley Moku, RN, developed a special bond in the delivery room after they learned that their families share an extraordinary connection.
On June 28, Kyle and Katie VanAtta and their new son, Landon, were the first recipients of a Lancaster High School keepsake football.
When Shannon Russell experienced a frightening complication shortly after giving birth, she felt comforted knowing her OB/GYN would see her through it.
Find out what you need to know if you are pregnant during the COVID-19 pandemic, and what FMC is doing to keep you and your baby safe.
When you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, you have specific dietary needs to best support optimal growth and development for baby.
Postpartum preeclampsia is a serious disease related to high blood pressures in women after having a baby.
Nausea is a very common occurrence, affecting up to 90% of pregnancies. Read more about causes and potential treatments.
Learn how to be successful when continuing to nurse your baby after returning to work.
Teamwork and sheer determination saved Holly and Carley Amerine’s lives – now Holly is educating other mothers about the importance of paying attention to their bodies during pregnancy.
With the help of our generous community, the FMC Foundation was able to contribute $112,964 to support Maternity services at Fairfield Medical Center.
A week after delivering her first baby, maternity nurse Rachael Hall was back in the hospital with a rare and serious pregnancy complication.
From the EMS who wouldn’t leave her side to the clinicians who cared for her and her family, Nikki Griffin has one word to describe her experience: heartfelt.