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great expectations - Baptist Health System
GREAT EXPECTATIONS
PATIENT NAVIGATOR
Kris Baxter, BS, BSN, RN
Patient Navigator
[email protected]
It is our pleasure to welcome you to the Great Expectations
Program at North Central Baptist Hospital. The course
of pregnancy and expectations of delivery can be
overwhelming and we are here to help.
Kris Baxter is a graduate of Texas A&M University with
bachelor degrees in Biomedical Science and Nursing. She
also recently experienced pregnancy and delivery for the
first time at North Central Baptist, so she can appreciate
both perspectives. She joined the Baptist Health System
team in 2011 and with many years of delivery room
experience she can provide extensive insight to every
aspect of obstetrical nursing care. Kris will be a familiar
face in the hospital to turn to when you have questions
regarding the “nitty gritty” essentials of pregnancy, labor,
delivery and becoming a parent. Any time you have
questions or feel that you need advice throughout your
pregnancy, feel comfortable turning to Kris for support.
That’s Baptist Care.
For more information,
call (210) 297-4330
or visit NCBMomToBe.com
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GREAT EXPECTATIONS
PATIENT NAVIGATOR
Congratulations Mommy-to-be:
From the moment you discovered
you were going to have your baby
until after you deliver, you are on
the journey of a lifetime. When you
selected the Baptist Health System
you chose the most compassionate
and dedicated obstetrical navigators
available to guide you through
this memorable experience. We’ve
anticipated your needs and have
a complete itinerary prepared to
treat you like the pampered guest
you are. While in our care, we
offer massages to ease the tension,
photos to capture the first moments
of your new baby’s life, experienced
consultants to guide you through
the topics of lactation, circumcision,
postnatal recovery and answer any
other questions you may have.
My name is Kris Baxter and as your
Concierge Navigator, I am here to provide support and
education to you and your partner throughout your journey. I will
answer any of your questions and help you navigate your way through
the registration process, schedule classes, facilitate Neonatal Intensive
Care Unit consultations when necessary and provide you with the latest
important information. Compassionate and efficient care is my utmost
priority and I am dedicated to making this experience as memorable
and easy as possible for you and your partner. You decide how involved
you wish to be in the program as participation is entirely voluntary.
I will be available to you in the second and third trimesters, during
your stay in the hospital, and after your delivery as you transition into
parenthood. I am readily available by phone to assist you as well. The
consultation with your nurse navigator takes approximately one hour
and is offered to all expecting mothers who are delivering at
North Central Baptist for the first time. Your support person is
welcome and encouraged to attend your meetings with the Navigator.
Any expectant mom knows, the anticipation of the birthing experience
is an exciting time but can sometimes be overwhelming. The Navigator
at North Central Baptist Hospital will help moms feel confident and
comfortable before the big day arrives. You see, we view this as one of
the most wonderful experiences of a lifetime. We want to ensure that
you and your new baby are guided toward the most positive of outcomes.
That’s why each person at Baptist Health System says “I am Baptist Care.”
Sincerely,
Kris Baxter, BS, BSN, RN
Navigator, North Central Baptist Hospital
(210) 297-4330 office
[email protected]
For more information, call (210) 297-4330
or visit NCBMomToBe.com
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