COVID-19 and pregnancy - an update for our patients
We would like to take this opportunity to update you about your maternity care during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, and assure you that our dedicated team of expert nurses, physicians and midwives are committed to providing safe and effective care to every patient who walks through our doors.
OBGYNs at Cartersville
For more than 25 years, Cartersville Medical Center has provided high-quality medical care to women in Northwest Georgia. We offer education and support programs that specifically serve women and the health issues they face. From regular gynecology visits to prenatal care to menopause management, we're here for every stage of your life.
Our care team accommodates the entire birthing process from labor and delivery to recovery and postpartum care. If you require gynecological surgery, our surgical team can help with a full range of procedures and 24-hour anesthesia coverage. To keep you healthy, our Outpatient Imaging Services focuses on diagnosing you early with regular mammograms, ultrasounds, bone density scans and much more.
Childbirth Education Class
For more information or registration, call MedLine® at (800) 242-5662.
Come learn about your pregnancy and baby, along with strategies for labor and delivery. This is a comprehensive childbirth class including breathing and relaxation techniques and a tour of the labor and delivery unit. Classes are taught monthly at Cartersville Medical Center.
Thu, July 23, 2020
Cartersville Medical Center is one of fewer than 250 hospitals nationwide, one of only eight hospitals in Georgia and the only hospital in the Northwest Georgia region to receive the...
Thu, January 2, 2020
Hudson Pierce Ward, born at 7:56pm on January 1st, was first baby delivered at hospital in 2020.
Tue, January 1, 2019
Zoe Iwinosa Kamsiyochukwu Egharevba, 8 lbs., 10 oz., and 21 inches long, was the first baby of 2019 born at Cartersville Medical Center.
Sun, January 1, 2017
Ismael Yoseph Chacaj Leon, born at 2:22 a.m. on Jan. 1, was first baby born at hospital in 2017.
Fri, January 1, 2016
Dashiell Waldroup, 8 lbs, 8.5 oz, and 21 inches long, was the first baby of the year born at Cartersville Medical Center.