A Gift of Time for Grieving Families

Posted on March 14, 2019

Danielle Rouse donated a CuddleCot to Fort Sanders Regional so families of stillborn babies will have more time to say goodbye.

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Fort Sanders Perinatal Center’s Steven Andrade, MD Welcomes New Baby

Posted on January 24, 2019

Dr. Steven Andrade is the proud father of Lyla Mae, who delivered at Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center just two days after his move to Knoxville.

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Parking During Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center Construction

Posted on January 21, 2019

Fort Sanders Regional Medical Center is currently undergoing a construction project to expand emergency and critical care capacity in the hospital. Beginning February 2, the P2 level of the Center for Advanced Medicine parking garage will be closed. Patients and visitors have these parking options during this time: Thompson Cancer Survival Center Parking Garage (off […]

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Welcome Steven Andrade, MD

Posted on August 29, 2018

Fort Sanders Perinatal Center is proud to welcome perinatologist Steven Andrade, MD to our high-risk pregnancy team. Meet our new physician.

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A Patient Story: Eileen’s Three High-Risk Pregnancies

Posted on May 21, 2018

The high-risk pregnancy team at Fort Sanders Perinatal guided Eileen through three high-risk pregnancies so she could be mom to three energetic children. Read her full story.

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Ask Our Physicians: Traveling While Pregnant

Posted on May 15, 2018

Board-Certified Perinatologist Gary Stephens, DO of Fort Sanders Perinatal Center discusses the benefits and risks of travel during pregnancy for mother and baby.

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A Patient Story: Extra Care for Kerrianna’s High-Risk Pregnancy

Posted on May 11, 2018

Kerrianna first came to Fort Sanders Perinatal Center after blood clotting issues made her pregnancy high risk. But during labor, it was her unborn baby’s rapid heart rate that required an emergency C-section. Read her full story.

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A Patient Story: A Mother’s Intuition

Posted on April 27, 2018

At 35 years old, Erin had her first baby. As a nurse practitioner in internal medicine, Erin’s intuition guided her. She knew if she ever became pregnant, she wanted to go to Fort Sanders Perinatal Center. Read her full story.

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