About three years ago, the St. Luke’s Health System began a coordinated effort to reduce early elective deliveries. Last week, expectant mother Jenna Beuerlein of Leavenworth (right) visited with nurse Peg Heath during a routine checkup at St. Luke’s Women’s Center.
About three years ago, the St. Luke’s Health System began a coordinated effort to reduce early elective deliveries. Last week, expectant mother Jenna Beuerlein of Leavenworth (right) visited with nurse Peg Heath during a routine checkup at St. Luke’s Women’s Center. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star
About three years ago, the St. Luke’s Health System began a coordinated effort to reduce early elective deliveries. Last week, expectant mother Jenna Beuerlein of Leavenworth (right) visited with nurse Peg Heath during a routine checkup at St. Luke’s Women’s Center. RICH SUGG The Kansas City Star

Local

August 12, 2014 8:37 PM

Hospitals put an end to early delivery of babies for convenience sake

  Comments  

Videos

Editor's Choice Videos