Dr. Julie Johnson, Assistant Professor in Maternal-Fetal Medicine, UNC Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, provides care at Moore Regional Hospital in Pinehurst, NC.
“PINEHURST — For expectant mothers, the prospect of having a baby is both a joyous and exciting one, and most pregnancies proceed smoothly. But for a number of reasons, some women need to be watched more closely during pregnancy. This was the case for Carolyn Ramos, a 39-year-old Hope Mills resident who gave birth to her first son, Samuel, in June 2015.”
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The FirstHealth UNC Maternal-Fetal Medicine Program at Moore Regional offers inpatient and outpatient preconception and prenatal consultations for patients with a variety of complex conditions including high blood pressure, diabetes and autoimmune disorders and for such high-risk pregnancy issues as twins and triplets, preterm labor and previous fetal death.
“This service allows women with high-risk pregnancies to remain in the community and deliver their babies close to home.” — Dr. Julie Johnson
“I had the highest level of medical support possible. I was incredibly anxious during my surgery and pregnancy, but I felt comfortable when I was at FirstHealth. Being at Moore Regional and with Dr. Johnson were the most relaxing parts of my pregnancy.” — Patient Carolyn Ramos