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Yey, Brother Speed! As handsome as ever! My favorite Cover boy on any magazine!
Damn, Speed looks same as he did back in the Dizzy Lizzy days.
Wonder if he still has his mothers dentures glued to his bike?
Thank you for breaking this story almost a week ago. This is an issue that is a lot bigger that just Charleston Birth Center, but the center is a well deserved rallying point. The next few days are going to be interesting. I am looking forward to your coverage!
It's a shame the writer of this piece assumes all Republicans and conservatives are bigoted gun toting religious fanatics bent on doing harm to the free world. It would be easy to dig into the background of many Democrats who have served or intend to serve and describe them as a failed business person or extremist in some way. It serves no purpose to beat people down who wish to serve with good intention. Should we really be speaking so negatively about everyone? Lets hear them out. You may be stating your opinion, however you may also be part of the larger problem.
I support Charleston Birth Place and natural birth! Both of my girls were born at CBP. We had an amazing experience and received the best of care. The mid wives of CBP are trained medical professionals and their facility is adjacent to Trident hospital for emergencies. I encourage Charleston families to support this business and embrace its importance in the community.
There's ONE Comment! I don't like the PR*CK either yet I don't need some liberal canceling my medical insurance too!
I'm probably going to put myself in the line of fire for this, but the way the law is described, it sounds exactly like what the DHEC is "reinterpreting" it to be.
"The law requires every birthing center to have a transfer agreement with a nearby hospital, and it also requires that "a physician must be on call and available to provide medical assistance *at the birthing center* at all times that it is serving the public." "
That said, I 100% believe it should be reworded. I had a birth center birth in my home town and I think birth centers should be more encouraged. The idea that a doctor needs to go to the birth center to "approve" a transfer is ridiculous. When a midwife feels the need to transfer, you need to transfer as quickly as possible. The set up they had that was working just fine needs to be the model of care. Emergency at the birth center, call the doctor, call 911, doctor meets midwife and mother at the hospital. A doctor going to the birth center is not needed. Whatever a doctor might do, the midwife probably already tried.
Storm the castle! Tell those lawmakers what you want and give them a more appropriate way to read the law.
As a woman, and having been present for a birth at the birth center, losing this service for lowcountry women would be awful. The midwives were amazing and provided a comfortable and safe experience that could not be paralleled in a hospital. I hope to have this option available to me when I decide have children.
Yes, DHEC, please regulate birth centers. Not one person I've spoken with who supports birth centers disagrees with that point. Our concern, my concern (as a mom with a December 5th due date), is the way regulation has monumentally shifted practically overnight. I support logical regulation that increases the safety and efficacy of medical practice. Unfortunately, I don't believe this new DHEC interpretation does that. The specific reg being reinterpreted reads, "A physician must be on call and available to provide medical assistance at the birthing center at all times that it is serving the public," (source: http://www.scdhec.gov/administration/regs/docs/61-102.pdf). Charleston Birth Place, specifically, is in compliance. A doctor is available and on call. The new reinterpretation wants a doctor to be *physically present at all times*. I ask, what reasonable person interprets "on call" as such?
The World Health Organization disagrees with the attitude of South Carolina's DHEC: See what WHO has to say about the quality, competence and health outcomes of Midwifery led care:
I am a certified nurse midwife working in a hospital in rural Hawaii where we have no operating room, no anesthesia, and where c-sections and physicians are an air-ambulance ride away. It may take 3 hours to accomplish a transfer of care in labor, and yet our tranfers are made at the behest of MIDWIVES with no second opinion from a physician, except that we call to get an accepting physician at the referral center (who are happy to oblige!). We are a hospital, yet function very much like a birth center. This reaction that the SC DHEC is suggesting, that a doctor needs to come to the birth center to assess an emergency before transfer is made- it restricts and delays care! "Primum non nocere- First do no harm." When beaurocrats cross the line and dictate health care, they do GREAT harm. The question of the safety of midwife-led care AND care in Birth Centers has been settled by large scale studies from around the globe! Your job is to improve access to (evidence-based) care, not move your citizenry backwards! "He who answers a matter before he hears it, it is folly and shame to him." Can we PLEASE stop reactionary legislation!?? Please! Come on South Carolina! Your citizens deserve better!
Its not called the Nanny State for nothing. Pretty soon a proctologist will have to supervise every BM. I mean seriously, didn't Elvis die on the potty from a heart attack brought on by straining due to constipation?
The contact information on the facebook page is for the two federal representatives that cover the CBP location who have nothing to do with state DHEC policies. Governor Haley's info is on there and it would be good to put the info for the state senator and representative that cover this district. I am not sure who they are otherwise I would post it here and there.
Campaign to stop this idiocracy: https://www.facebook.com/events/2655934102…
I am a RN who works at both a local hospital and Charleston Birth Place (CBP) and I can definitely say CBP is a safe place for low-risk mothers to give birth. The midwives at CBP are so knowledgable and take excellent, competent care of the mothers and babies at CBP. I will choose to give birth at CBP someday and I am urging DHEC to keep the CBP open. The regulation needs to be changed, not the CBP.
Both of my children were birth center babies (at Women's Birth and Wellness Center in Chapel Hill, NC). As a mom and as a birth doula, I strongly support free-standing birth centers and the midwives who staff them. Not only is it important to give women choices in their birth setting and care providers, but it is also important to support a model of care that obviously works. For low-risk women, a birth center birth attended by a CNM is one of her safest options. The statistics coming out of birth centers nationwide are all telling the same story: low Cesarean rates, low transfer rates, extremely low emergency transfer rates, and better outcomes for both mom and baby, even when compared to similarly low-risk women in the hospital setting. More bureaucratic involvement by individuals NOT trained in maternal health means less choice for moms and worse outcomes for moms and babies!
My wife had some children born in a hospital and then some at CBP. CBP was an incredibly wonderful experience compared to our hospital births. There is so much of a difference that I do not see us going back to a hospital experience. They follow the rules and regulations strictly and would never take the chance of risking a mother's or baby's life. No matter where one decides to deliver, there is always risks and there is nothing DHEC can do about that. Let the patients decide!
It would be wonderful if S.C. DHEC would lead the charge in recognizing the many positive benefits to the community which are offered by birth centers such as Charleston Birth Place. Hoping that the decision makers will follow the current threads and that sane decisions will prevail. Let's keep wonderful, natural birth options available for women in South Carolina and across the nation.
I am so thankful for the option of delivering my child at Charleston Birth Place. Statistically, they are a safer and more cost effective option for healthy, low-risk pregnancies. For any future pregnancies I may have, health-permitting, I would seek only this model of care. The midwives at CBP have been the best health-care providers I have ever experienced.
It was a different time. People were uneducated and stubborn. I believe that through time slavery would have dissipated either way. However, that's my biased opinion.
What's NOT a biased opinion, is that The Union wanted power to the gov., while The Confederacy wanted power to the people. In the long run, the war was more about Industry and Currency, rather than the exaggerated cruelty of slavery..
Those with position can really twist the big picture and easily fool a downtrodden people. Hell, look where we are today in America. If they use television to dumb us down and subliminal messaging to manipulate us, what else do you think they're scheming behind their stiff suits and ties?! Kittens and sunshine??
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