Virtual prenatal classes popular with new parents in age of COVID-19
With in-person group prenatal classes no longer an option because of COVID-19, Tidelands Health has shifted to virtual classes so expectant parents can get the education they need safely.
Proud granddad stages pink parking lot visit to celebrate birth of first granddaughter
Visitor restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic weren’t going to stop Ron Fuller from celebrating the arrival of his first granddaughter and supporting his daughter during such a memorable, life-changing moment.
Tidelands Health nurses earn DAISY awards for extraordinary work
Two nurses who go above and beyond have earned DAISY awards for their extraordinary work.
Tidelands Health Women's Center sees mini baby boom in June - thanks to Hurricane Florence?
Tidelands Health Women's Center sees baby boom nine months after Hurricane Florence.
Tidelands Health hospitals earn international recognition for care of babies
Tidelands Waccamaw Community Hospital and Tidelands Georgetown Memorial Hospital have been re-designated as Baby-Friendly.
Tidelands Waccamaw Community Hospital earns recognition for care of mothers and infants
The program earned recertification as a Childbirth Center of Excellence by The Joint Commission, a prestigious designation that carries the Joint Commission Gold Seal of Approval.
First baby of the year at Tidelands Georgetown Memorial Hospital
Little Coker Anne Faulk surprised her parents with an early arrival.
Myrtle Beach mom donates 3,000 ounces of breast milk pumped for late daughter
After her daughter passed, Jillian Williams was faced with a heart-wrenching decision: What to do with the 3,000 ounces of breast milk she had pumped.
First Baby Of 2017 In Georgetown "Wanted To Ring In The New Year With Us"
A Myrtle Beach couple describes the arrival of their child on New Year's Day.
Tidelands Health OB-GYN Leads Charge To Improve Care of Mothers and Infants
Dr. Christine Gerber, a longtime advocate for maternal and child health, is helping organizations improve their care.