New Ulm Medical Center, part of Allina Health, plans massive overhaul of birth center


[New Ulm Journal, August 26, 2012] The New Ulm Medical Center is planning a massive overhaul of its birth center to create new, expansive facilities for taking care of families during births.

The $1.2 million dollar project will restructure NUMC's existing four-room space to six rooms. A new electronic security system will regulate access to the ward and doors, along with tracking newborns through an electronic tab that can be attached to their clothes. The elements are designed to provide the maximum safety possible for both mothers and newborns.

Posted on August 27, 2012 in Mother & ChildNew Ulm JournalNew Ulm Medical CenterOB/GYN

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