The designation comes from the American College of Nurse-Midwives benchmark program report.
Dr. Katrina Avery's Howard-Avery Loyalty Fund Scholarship made an impact on the life of current resident Dr. Rachel Adams.
Dieter joined UNC OB/GYN September 28, 2015
The clear-drape cesarean section is part of an emerging birthing trend called family-centered cesarean, which allows the family to have a more active role in childbirth, even when that birth comes via surgery.
Below the Belt, a local organization that raises money for ovarian cancer research, is sponsoring the 'End Ovarian Cancer' plate.
UNC OB-GYN's Dr. Vickie Bae-Jump was the event's keynote speaker for the second year in a row. Funds raised by She ROCKS help support her ovarian cancer research.
Doximity's Residency Navigator rankings place UNC's program as one of the top obstetrics and gynecology residencies in the country.
From hospital rooms to University classrooms, faculty and staff are dedicated to helping new mothers breastfeed their babies and supporting them when it doesn’t go as planned.
Keller graduated from UNC's School of Nursing and East Carolina University and comes to UNC most recently from Duke University.
In 15 years, 2,916 cord blood units from UNC have been banked.