South County Hospital

Journey to Motherhood: Patient Stories

Paulina's childbirth experience was all she could have hoped for and more VIDEO: After falling ill with a kidney stone 23 weeks into her pregnancy, Paulina received care from Dr. Jeffrey Joseph. Although he wasn't her OB/GYN at the time, her exceptional experience inspired her to make the switch to obstetrical care at the Center for Women's Health more than halfway through her pregnancy. 
'Stella was born the day all of the ovens, kitchenware, and dry goods were delivered – she was literally the icing on the cake!'

Welcoming Baby Stella: The choice to deliver at South County Hospital was easy for bakery owners and Westerly residents Adam and Ebbie Young. 

Ashley’s Delivery: 'South County has that small-hospital feel every new mother wants' After having such a wonderful experience delivering my first baby at a smaller hospital, I knew I wanted to be back in the same environment.  -- Ashley, 34, Pawcatuck
Delivering with Diabetes: Vanessa’s Story

The first half of my pregnancy was as normal and healthy as I could have hoped. Failing my glucose test and being diagnosed with gestational diabetes changed everything. It took a physical and emotional toll, but the skilled and compassionate doctors and nurses at South County Hospital helped me through it all. --Vanessa, Westerly, RI

Welcoming a baby boy—and all it entailed—a 10-out-of-10

At 41, Westerly resident Susan’s first-time pregnancy came as a shock to her and her partner

Quick Actions Save Baby and Mom March 11th started out quietly. At 33 weeks pregnant, I had the usual aches and pains but by mid-morning I had an intense backache.
Having a Baby at South County Hospital Tiana and Will LitvinTiana became a patient of South County OB-GYN's Lisa Rameaka, MD, before she was expecting. She and her husband also took full advantage of South County Hospital's Bright Beginnings program and the variety of childbirth preparation classes available.
The LoGioco's Story--Having Baby Charlotte VIDEO: We came for an open-house and when we met the nurses, we knew: This is the place for us.