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Meet Our Moms

Pregnancy and birth may have some ups and downs, but we're with you every step of the way. Hear firsthand from moms who welcomed their babies at AdventHealth for Women.

AdventHealth Moms Share Their Stories

See what these amazing women have to say about their birth experiences.

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Meet Jennifer A.

My husband passed away from cancer while I was pregnant. AdventHealth for Women supported me throughout my entire pregnancy. I welcomed my miracle baby, Davya Rose, on April 24 with my sister by my side supporting me.

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Meet Meagan S.

It was the first time in delivery that I faced any serious complications, my first C-section, first surrogacy experience, and first time delivering in a pandemic! It was stressful to say the least, but the incredible staff of nurses and doctors made it much less scary ...

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Jennifer T. family

Meet Jennifer T.

After many years of trying to start a family, my husband and I decided to meet with an amazing doctor to consider our options. Following many prayers and discussions, we decided to start our IVF journey. Today our miracle, James, is 6 months old and absolutely healthy ...

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Lindsey F. Family

Meet Lindsey F.

Hi, I'm Lindsey and I recently delivered my son during the COVID-19 pandemic. Good things can still happen in the midst of chaos and we welcomed Zander Nicholas into the world at AdventHealth for Women on March 28!

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Meet Kristie B.

Hi there, I’m Kristie! I have worked for AdventHealth since 2007 and I have always bragged about the genuine compassion shown to our patients and families. But it was not until I became a patient that I truly felt our mission for Extending the Healing Ministry of Chris ...

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Coke Family

Meet Megan C.

My name is Megan, and on Monday Nov 25, I gave birth to two beautiful babies, Harper and Ryan. My wife Lindsey and I wanted to take a moment between feedings and diaper changes to recognize those who made their birth possible.

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