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Published on September 09, 2005

Georgetown Hospital System Sponsors 1st Annual Baby Fair

Friday, September 09, 2005

Georgetown, SC - Future and new parents, grandparents, and infant caregivers are invited to attend the first annual GHS Baby Fair event to be held Saturday, November 12 at Waccamaw Community Hospital in Murrell Inlet. Baby Fair participants will have the opportunity to learn more about the Obstetrical Services at Waccamaw Community Hospital and Georgetown Memorial Hospital, plus attend classes devoted to infant care, safety and nutrition. Hospital staff will be available to answer questions about the hospitals and services offered.

Local radio station, Star 92.1, will be promoting this upcoming event throughout October and November and will accept listeners questions about pregnancy, infant care and other related topics. During the event on November 12, members of Georgetown Hospital System’s medical staff will respond to the listeners’ questions collected by Star 92.1. A panel of physicians from local practices will answer listeners’ questions. Physicians will be available from Georgetown Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, Winyah Women’s Center, Carolina OB-Gyn and Georgetown Pediatrics.

Vendor booths will feature infant related products such as maternity and baby clothing, books, toys and photography. Prize drawings and giveaways will be offered at many of the booths.

Classes and physician question/answer sessions will be conducted throughout the day in the Waccamaw Community Hospital First Floor Classroom near the cafeteria.

Class topics will include:

  • Car Seat Safety CPR
  • Pre-Natal Massage Infant Nutrition
  • Adult Nutrition Infant Care
  • Pain Management Lactation

Lecture and class schedules will be posted at the event. Questions about the GHS Baby Fair should be directed to Vikky Gentry, Physician Liaison and PR Specialist at 652-1006.

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