Certified nurse-midwife and advanced RN practitioner, Michele Jackson of EvergreenHealth Midwifery Care in Kirkland, recently celebrated the delivery of her 1,000th baby over the course of a 17-year career.
Like many health care facilities, EvergreenHealth had to pivot quickly to keep patients safe and navigate necessary changes throughout many medical processes.
Labor and Delivery was no different. With a number of hospitals reducing labor support staff to one or even none, Evergreen was fortunate to maintain at least two people in the role.
“It was difficult at the beginning with the fear of the unknown,” Jackson said. “Having our labor and support staff really helped. Imagine having a baby
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