Telluride Med Center: Note To Expecting Parents, Meet 8/15

Expecting parents are invited to the Telluride Med Center to meet the Primary Care team and discuss prenatal health and caring for newborns, 8/15, 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.

Expecting mothers and their partners are invited to join the Primary Care team at the Telluride Regional Medical Center on Tuesday, August 15, 5:30-6:30p.m., to learn about prenatal health and caring for newborns, specifically in this region.
“We’ll cover pre-natal myths, oxygen needs for infants at altitude, normal schedules for well-baby checks and vaccines, how to get in touch with a nurse if there are questions, when to come in for a sick visit, postpartum depression, and resources for nursing,” said Dr. Christine Mahoney, who specializes in Family Medicine at the Telluride Regional Medical Center.
This bi-lingual orientation for new families is open to everyone. The Medical Center intends to offer this service once every three months to be sure they are touching base with newly pregnant moms throughout the year.
For more information visit tellmed.org or contact Emily McGough.

The Telluride Regional Medical Center provides the highest quality, comprehensive Primary Care and exceptional Emergency / Trauma Services. Since 1978 the medical center has evolved, wherever possible, right along with complex healthcare technologies and population growth while remaining within the 10,000-square-foot remodeled residential building, built in the 1960s.

Currently the Telluride Hospital District is working to secure a site for a new facility to serve the needs of the region today, tomorrow and fifty years into the future.

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