Meet Dr. Philip Clements, OB/GYN
After 6 years of working per diem with Burdett Birth Center, he joined our team as a full-time provider just a few months ago. As a generalist (OB/GYN), with a primary interest in OB, Dr. Clements brings over 25 years in practice, is board certified with the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) and adds a wealth of experience and knowledge to our team.
Baby Diapering Tips – A Guide for Parents
Changing a baby’s diaper can really stink… literally! But here are a few tips and tricks to make the job a bit easier.
Preeclampsia Prevention: Low-Dose Aspirin
A recent article on NPR talked about how a daily baby aspirin can help cut the risk of preeclampsia. Preeclampsia, a pregnancy-related high blood pressure disorder, is a potentially serious pregnancy complication that many expectant mothers are not aware of.
A Birth Plan Checklist for Your Upcoming Delivery
Putting together a birth plan can help guide your labor and birth care experience… and maybe get you thinking about some of the questions you may be unsure about.
New Child Passenger Safety (CPS) Law Takes Effect November 1, 2019 in New York State
On November 1, 2019, a law goes into effect in New York State that requires all children younger than two years old to be seated in rear-facing car seats as a safety measure.
Parents Might Ask: “When Can I Stop Worrying About SIDS?”
October is sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) awareness month, but many expecting parents or parents of newborns are probably concerned about SIDS all year ‘round.
Healthy Morning Routines with Young Children
With the feel of fall in the air and school starting up for many young families, mornings are sure to become a little bit more hectic if you don’t set a consistent morning routine.
Moms Share Experiences Having a Successful VBAC at Burdett Birth Center
Recently, on our Facebook page, a few moms posted about their successful VBAC at Burdett Birth Center. We thought we’d gather a few of their testimonials and share.
Newborn Screening Awareness Month 2019: What Parents Need to Know
September is National Newborn Screening Awareness Month, a time to help raise awareness of newborn screening among parents (new and expecting), healthcare professionals, and the public right now, the Newborn Screening Reauthorization Act is being evaluated by Congress and may or may not be renewed for another five years.
Minimizing Screen Time During Early Childhood Development
With a generation of parents who find it difficult to remember a world in which finding the nearest coffee shop wasn’t just a quick search on your smartphone, it is no wonder that we may be unintentionally teaching our children unhealthy daily screen time habits.