“Hugs” and “Kisses” Infant Protection System

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“Hugs” and “Kisses” Infant Protection System
THE JOAN WOODMAN ORTON MCCOLLUM
“Hugs” and “Kisses”
Infant Protection System...
AND
O
BSTETRICS
PROVIDERS
Committed to
the best care
for you and
your baby…
The Richland Hospital, Inc.
...peace of mind for new parents
The Hugs Infant Protection System works
in a number of ways. Each infant wears
an unobtrusive, soft, tamper-proof Hugs
tag attached around his or her ankle. A
computer console in the Birth Center
nurses station displays floor plans of
the facility showing tag locations with
monitored areas and doors indicated.
Alarms are generated if the strap is cut
or tampered with, if the infant is moved
to an unauthorized zone, or if the tag’s
signal is no longer detected. System
features also include activation of other
devises like the hospital’s security
cameras, door locks, overhead paging
systems, pagers, sirens and elevators.
In addition to these features, Richland
Hospital has the Kisses component of
the Hugs system in place. Each mom is
given a small tag that is bonded with her
infant’s Hug tag. Nurses are alerted of a
mismatch with an audible indicator.
333 E. Second Street
Richland Center, WI 53581
www.richlandhospital.com
(608) 647-6321
(888) 467-7485 toll-free
Muscoda Health Center
A Division of The Richland Hospital
… before,
during &
after…
1075 N. Wisconsin Avenue
Muscoda, WI 53573
(608) 739-3113
Spring Green Medical Center
A Division of The Richland Hospital
150 E. Jefferson Street
Spring Green, WI 53588
(608) 588-7413
Richland Medical Center, Ltd.
301 E. Second Street
Richland Center, WI 53581
www.richlandmedctr.com
(608) 647-6161
…your baby’s birth.
The Richland Hospital, Inc.
11.2013
THE JOAN WOODMAN ORTON MCCOLLUM
A state
of the art
operating
room is
located in
the unit so
transport
time to
the OR if
needed, is
minimal.
The obstetrics team helps new parents
anticipate what to expect before, during
and after birth, make informed decisions
about pain medications and begin successful
nursing and baby care practices.
In 2010, Richland Hospital
opened the doors to the hospital’s newly
renovated Birth Center. Many babies have
been delivered in the Birth Center’s warm
and welcoming atmosphere since then.
Behind the environmental details that allow
for ease and comfort, are a dedicated team
of OB providers committed to excellent
care, education and support.
Richland Hospital’s Birth Center offers
the pleasing environment and top notch care
that allows parents to have the best possible
experience when welcoming their new baby.
PHYSICIANS
JANICE ALEXANDER, MD
JENNIFER MYSZKOWSKI, MD
JILLIAN SCHERER, MD
DAVID MAY, MD
CHRISTINE RICHARDS, MD
ANDREW WRIGHT, MD
Board Certified in Family Practice
and Obstetrics / Gynecology
Medical School at Wayne State
University School of Medicine, Detroit,
MI; Family Practice and OB Residencies at
Providence Hospital and Medical Center,
Southfield, MI; OB / Gynecology.
Residency at Saginaw General Hospital,
Sagnaw, MI.
Family Practice; Board Certified
Medical School at University of Cincinnati
College of Medicine, Cincinnati, OH.
Family Medicine Residency at
Valley Medical Center, Renton, WA.
Family Practice; Board Certified
Medical School at The Medical School of
Wisconsin in Milwaukee, WI.
Residency and Internship at Duluth Family
Practice Center in Duluth, MN.
Family Practice; Board Certified
Medical School at University of Illinois
Medical School.
Residency in Lancaster, PA.
Family Practice; Board Certified
Medical School at Loyola University
Stritch School of Medicine, Maywood, IL.
Family Medicine residency at Waukesha
Memorial Hospital, Waukesha, WI. Family
Medical – Womens Health Fellowship
at Waukesha Memorial Hospital,
Waukesha, WI.
Family Practice; Board Certified
Medical School at Baylor College
of Medicine.
Residency at Marshall University,
Huntington, WV. Rural Family
Medicine Fellowship with an emphasis
in Obstetrics at Tacoma Family Medicine
in Tacoma, WA.

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