Three Princeton physicians, Drs. Jessanna Cooper, Elizabeth Sahlie and Marqesha Jarmon, have recently collaborated to start the city’s first chapter of the Baby Café, a breast-feeding advocacy program that originated in the United Kingdom.
Each year Princeton BMC recognizes a nurse who stands out for nursing excellence. That nurse is the recipient of Princeton’s Ida V. Moffett Nursing Excellence Award named in memory of Ida V. Moffett, who was known and respected by countless healthcare professionals as an excellent nurse and teacher. Lisa Smith, RN, charge nurse, was named […]
The Princeton Women’s Center has a very special article in the Spring/Summer 2013 issue of Baptist Health Foundation Stewardship.
Princeton Baptist Medical Center is pleased to announce that Dr. Jesanna Cooper, OB/GYN has joined its medical staff.
Beginning April 1, Dr. Ashford will see patients on Tuesdays on the Princeton Campus in POB 2, Suite 304 from 1 to 4 p.m. Dr. Ashford is board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology completed his residency at UAB has practiced medicine in the Birmingham area for the last 13 years.
On February 21st, we held a “baby shower” for the Princeton Women’s Center. Visitors explored our recent renovations, met our staff, and learned more about the Personalized Pregnancy Experience.
On September 25, Princeton Baptist Medical Center unveiled our newly upgraded Labor and Delivery suites, creating a Personal Pregnancy Experience like none other.
A new era in women’s healthcare has begun at Princeton Baptist Medical Center. Read about our new birthing suites.
When you choose Princeton, you’ll get these benefits included automatically…
From the tiniest premature baby to any baby born full term, our patients can rest assured that Princeton is equipped to handle it.