Becoming a new mama during COVID-19 can be stressful, but knowing what to expect before can help ease your worries.
Have all your questions about having a baby during COVID-19 answered
Whether you’re newly pregnant or near your due date, you probably have a million thoughts running through your mind about giving birth during this unusual time. You may be thinking—is it safe to give birth now, what precautions do I need to take before I go into labor, and can my partner be in the delivery room with me? That’s why Jersey City Medical Center, an RWJBarnabas Health facility, is inviting all expecting parents to prepare before birth with their free webinar on August 4, about Childbirth & COVID-19: What to Expect During and After Delivery. At this special virtual event, you’ll hear from Dr. Lance Bruck, Vice President, and Chairman, Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women’s Health, and Dr. Barak M. Rosenn, Director of Maternal-Fetal Medicine. Both doctors will give you the details on what to know before you deliver and all the safety measures and precautions they’re taking to ensure you and your new baby are safe. President and CEO of JCMC, Michael Prilutsky, will also be joining in, and he’ll be discussing growth about the hospital’s service lines and future expansion plans.
Ready to sign up? Pre-register online to receive a link for the webinar on August 4, from 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM, and then get comfy on the couch and listen in—you’ll gain peace of mind knowing everything before you go to the hospital.
This post is sponsored by RWJBarnabas Health to help every NJMOM be her healthiest.