Emerson Recognized as a Top Maternity Hospital
Emerson Hospital has received awards from Newsweek and Blue Cross Blue Shield for our high-quality maternity care.
Emerson Hospital Awarded Highest Grade for Patient Safety
Emerson Hospital has again been honored with an “A” Hospital Safety Score by The Leapfrog Group. Emerson received particularly high marks for various measures, including hand hygiene, reduction in C. diff infections, and maternity care standards.
6 Ways to Support New Parents During the Pandemic
Know someone with a newborn? Here are some guidelines that loved ones can follow to support and protect new parents and their babies during this time of social distancing.
Delicious Desserts for Maternity Patients!
Having a baby at Emerson Hospital is a very special experience. Emerson’s nutrition team helps make the experience extra sweet with desserts to celebrate! Learn about our offered desserts like the chocolate ganache bundt cake.
Giving Birth at Emerson During the COVID-19 Crisis
Avery Fisher, a certified nurse-midwife with AFA OB/GYN, answers questions that pregnant moms and their partners may have about giving birth at Emerson Hospital during the COVID-19 crisis.
Emerson’s Special Care Nursery Newly Renovated
Extra comforts for newborns and parents in Emerson's special care nursery have arrived thanks to recent renovations.
Below the Waist: The Importance of Pelvic Health
The pains of child birth extend beyond the day your child arrives. Read how new and soon-to-be moms can avoid painful experiences months after giving birth.
Get to Know: Richard Rubin, MD
Richard Rubin, MD, obstetrician-gynecologist, sees many high-risk patients and also has clinical interests in low-risk pregnancy and the low-impact treatment of patients with peri-menopausal symptoms.
Babies Born at Emerson Hospital Go Home with New Sleep Sacks
Babies born at Emerson Hospital will now be going home with new sleep sacks thanks to a gift from the Auxiliary of Emerson Hospital. Sleep sacks have been proven to be safe for sleeping babies and reduce hip dysplasia in infants, a condition where the baby’s hip joint is dislocated, which can result in a limp and pain during movement.
New Midwife Joins AFA OB/GYN