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For Expectant Parents
Congratulations to soon-to-be moms and dads! When it is time to decide where baby will be born, BMC is an excellent choice. Comprehensive obstetric care is provided at BMC and at affiliated Community Health Centers. Prenatal care is provided by a variety of fully trained practitioners including OB/GYN physicians, family medicine specialists and certified nurse midwives. Every woman delivering a baby at BMC is eligible for labor support from the Birth Sisters doula program.
Dr. Adegoke is a gem in her field .She's approachable, compassionate, and very knowledgeable and always takes my opinion and feelings into consideration, which is appreciated. I travel over an hour to see her and it's worth the ride."
~ Hillarie G.
"The fact that I can write this review is a testament to Dr. Bell's skills. She's very knowledgeable and extremely thorough, I had zero questions after consultations and I will definitely seek her out should I have a need for surgery again."
~ Majalia A.
"My second time with Dr. Crane and her team and they are just the best. So friendly and efficient."
~ Mariah C.
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- Childbirth Education
- Labor and Delivery
- Postpartum Care
BMC has Specialized Expertise in the following Areas
- Complications to mother's health including mothers over 35 years of age, diabetes, hypertension, cardiac disease, HIV, lupus or sickle cell disease
- History of pregnancy or childbirth complicated by recurrent miscarriage, stillbirth, preterm delivery or fetal growth abnormality
- Pregnancy complicated by cervical insufficiency, preterm labor, fetal abnormalities or multiple gestation
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The Antenatal Testing Unit (ATU) provides care to women in need of routine weekly and bi-weekly testing as well as specialized care for those experiencing complications during pregnancy.
Chair and Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Boston University School of Medicine, Boston MA
Strong Advocate for Black and People of Color's Health Equity and Equality; Experienced Substance Abuse Disorder Provider with Knowledge of Buprenorphine / Librium / Methadone / Clonidine / Vivitrol Maintenance and Tapering for ages 18-65; Centering Pregnancy, Continuity of Care; Safe, Evidence-Based, Equal Care for All
Clinical Assistant Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Boston University School of Medicine
Cullen, Karen (CNM)
Diaz, Soledad (CNM)
Latortue Albino, Paula (MD)
Medina, Matthew (CNM)
Nezar, Diane (CNM)
Pam, LaKedra (MD)
Tahquechi, Marsha (CNM)
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