Maternal Mortality: MMPOY0104c_034

HOUSTON, Texas:The Center for Children and Women- opened in November 2014They can walk in, get seen, get signed up for chip. There's a dental clinic, lab, pharmacy, behavioral health specialists, radiology, optometry, speech therapy   Procedures done in house. {quote}One of the biggest problem women w diabetes has is it affects their vision{quote} -Lisa Hollier MD, 53,- medical director (doc who gave us tour) (cell: 832-259-8330)High risk ultrasound, patients coming for routine prenatal care, well woman visits. Pavillion for Women is both in and out patient. High risk deliveries in Pavillion Low risk deliveries at CHI St Luke's in sugar land {quote}We wanted to do everything we could to make it easy for moms to get the best care{quote} -dr Lisa {quote}For Texas, this care model became a demonstration project for the state... what they found {after study} is we were able to get patients in earlier, lower cesarian delivery rate, Etc etc Houston day 4 notes 6/7/2018IPIlana Panich-Linsman   Reply|Thu 6/7, 8:44 PMYou You replied on 6/7/2018 8:50 PM.Houston 6/7/2018At the clinic:Scene 1:Ultrasound:Patient: Celia M. Rios, 3 months pregnant. 2nd child is 5year oldFrom El Salvador NT- measuring the neck in first trimesterChecking for other genetic things. Ultrasound tech: Mireya Zarate, 30Josue Medrano, (son) 5 years old (came in late in the appointment Carlos Cruz - the Husband came in late in the appointment. SECOND SCENEUltrasound #2:Patient: Norma Elizabeth Zapata, 21This will be second child. She lives 15 min away. Sister drove her. Ultrasound tech: Patty Fernandez (Laura Fernandez on the release- prefers to be called Patty in magazine). Has been ultrasound tech for thirty years. BACK AT WOMENS CENTER:Update: woman went back into surgery because of bleeding in her gut. Beldfort thinks there's something else going on.  Patient in bed:Cindy Lopez, 28, cell: 713-517-1761Cindy LopezFirst prganntcy was 40 week's2nd preg

HOUSTON, Texas:

The Center for Children and Women- opened in November 2014

They can walk in, get seen, get signed up for chip. There's a dental clinic, lab, pharmacy, behavioral health specialists, radiology, optometry, speech therapy

Procedures done in house.

"One of the biggest problem women w diabetes has is it affects their vision"

-Lisa Hollier MD, 53,- medical director (doc who gave us tour) (cell: 832-259-8330)

High risk ultrasound, patients coming for routine prenatal care, well woman visits.

Pavillion for Women is both in and out patient. High risk deliveries in Pavillion

Low risk deliveries at CHI St Luke's in sugar land

"We wanted to do everything we could to make it easy for moms to get the best care" -dr Lisa

"For Texas, this care model became a demonstration project for the state... what they found {after study} is we were able to get patients in earlier, lower cesarian delivery rate, Etc etc

Houston day 4 notes 6/7/2018

IP

Ilana Panich-Linsman

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Thu 6/7, 8:44 PM

You

You replied on 6/7/2018 8:50 PM.

Houston 6/7/2018

At the clinic:

Scene 1:

Ultrasound:

Patient: Celia M. Rios,

3 months pregnant.

2nd child is 5year old

From El Salvador

NT- measuring the neck in first trimester

Checking for other genetic things.

Ultrasound tech: Mireya Zarate, 30

Josue Medrano, (son) 5 years old (came in late in the appointment

Carlos Cruz - the Husband came in late in the appointment.

SECOND SCENE

Ultrasound #2:

Patient: Norma Elizabeth Zapata, 21

This will be second child.

She lives 15 min away. Sister drove her.

Ultrasound tech: Patty Fernandez (Laura Fernandez on the release- prefers to be called Patty in magazine). Has been ultrasound tech for thirty years.

BACK AT WOMENS CENTER:

Update: woman went back into surgery because of bleeding in her gut.

Beldfort thinks there's something else going on.

Patient in bed:

Cindy Lopez, 28, cell: 713-517-1761

Cindy Lopez

First prganntcy was 40 week's

2nd preg