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Bay Area Regional Medical Center Welcomes First Babies Born

12:14 EDT 12 Sep 2017 | PR Newswire

WEBSTER, Texas, Sept. 12, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Bay Area Regional Medical Center opened the new Women's Center on September 11. Two babies were born in the morning: A baby girl, Charlotte Rose was born at 7:33am with OB/GYN Dr. Bassem Maximos, and a baby boy, Nathan was born at 8:42am with OB/GYN Dr. Maya Figueroa.

"Our goal is to provide exceptional care for moms and babies with a family-centered approach and compassionate, experienced staff," said Stephen K. Jones, Jr., CEO of Bay Area Regional. "Our Women's Center features private, luxurious suites with some of the most advanced clinical equipment and comfort options."

The Women's Center at Bay Area Regional offers many design features to help expectant mothers feel as comfortable as possible. The Women's Center features the most modern labor bed on the market – the bed moves mom rather than the mom having to reposition for delivery. Women in labor can also take advantage of remote fetal monitoring, meaning there is no cable connecting mom to a monitor.

Every clinical staff person working on the unit has years of experience helping moms welcome their babies into the world.  Many of our nurses have RNC certification, an exam-based certification that requires at least 1,500 hours of experience in the specialty before they can take the exam.

"The Houston Bay Area region is a community full of development, especially with younger growing families. It gives me great satisfaction to see families grow and help them along their journey toward a completed family," said Dr. Bassem Maximos, OB/GYN.  

"Both my patients and I are excited to have a new facility that is focused on patient experience and quality care. Bay Area Regional will provide a beautiful, healthy environment for the birth of their child, and I am thrilled to be part of Bay Area Regional's expansion of the new Women's Center," said Maximos.

"I love the people at Bay Area – everyone is friendly and has a lot of experience," said Dr. Maya Figueroa, OB/GYN at Bay Area Regional. "They all go above and beyond to give my patients great care. My gynecological surgery patients have all had wonderful things to say about their experiences here, so I look forward to the rave reviews I can expect from my expectant mothers."

In the three years that Bay Area Regional Medical Center has been open, the hospital has not stopped expanding to meet the needs of the community. Since July 2014, the hospital has expanded the emergency room, surgery rooms, heart and vascular center, and opened three more floors for medical-surgical and ICU.

About Bay Area Regional Medical Center Bay Area Regional Medical Center is committed to providing the highest quality medical care while making a difference in people's lives. Designed with a beautiful, soothing environment, Bay Area Regional offers some of the latest technology for physicians to provide advanced diagnostic and treatment techniques. Since opening in July 2014, Bay Area Regional has achieved the highest level Chest Pain Center Accreditation, is in pursuit of Level III Trauma Designation, and has achieved a Center of Excellence for Bariatric Surgery and Hidden Scar Breast Surgery. The hospital offers services such as heart and vascular services, general surgery, orthopedics, emergency services, surgical weight-loss, outpatient imaging, including 3D Mammography with a new Women's OB unit opening in September 2017. For more information, visit www.BARMC.us.

Contact: Abbey Lee
alee@BARMC.us 
832-585-7263 (cell)

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