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Porter Regional Hospital recognized

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Representatives from the Indiana Hospital Association and March of Dimes present the award banner to (center) OB/GYN Dr. Mary Jones and Elaine Johnson-Merkel, director of the Women & Children’s Pavilion at Porter Regional Hospital, during the Perinatal Hospital Summit.

March of Dimes and the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA) recently recognized Porter Regional Hospital at the Indiana Perinatal Hospital Summit for its work to reduce the number of elective inductions and cesarean deliveries performed before 39 completed weeks of pregnancy. This will give more babies in Northwest Indiana a healthy start in life.

“The last weeks of pregnancy are important. Babies aren’t just putting on weight. They are undergoing important development of the brain, lungs and other vital organs,” said Elaine Johnson-Merkel, director of Porter’s Women’s and Children’s Pavilion. “Porter Regional Hospital is a champion for babies with their quality improvement effort.”

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Fifty-one of Indiana’s birthing hospitals were recognized for their work to reduce the number of elective inductions and cesarean deliveries performed before 39 completed weeks of pregnancy.

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Through Strong Start, a partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, March of Dimes has been getting the word out that “Healthy Babies Are Worth the Wait.”  The campaign urges women to wait for labor to begin on its own if their pregnancy is healthy, rather than scheduling delivery before 39 completed weeks of pregnancy.

March of Dimes and the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA) recently recognized Porter Regional Hospital at the Indiana Perinatal Hospital Summit for its work to reduce the number of elective inductions and cesarean deliveries performed before 39 completed weeks of pregnancy. This will give more babies in Northwest Indiana a healthy start in life.

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“The last weeks of pregnancy are important. Babies aren’t just putting on weight. They are undergoing important development of the brain, lungs and other vital organs,” said Elaine Johnson-Merkel, director of Porter’s Women’s and Children’s Pavilion. “Porter Regional Hospital is a champion for babies with their quality improvement effort.”

Fifty-one of Indiana’s birthing hospitals were recognized for their work to reduce the number of elective inductions and cesarean deliveries performed before 39 completed weeks of pregnancy.

Through Strong Start, a partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, March of Dimes has been getting the word out that “Healthy Babies Are Worth the Wait.”  The campaign urges women to wait for labor to begin on its own if their pregnancy is healthy, rather than scheduling delivery before 39 completed weeks of pregnancy.

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