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Hurricane Information for Expectant Mothers

If You Are Expecting

Any pregnant woman who is two weeks from her due date (36 weeks gestation) or whose pregnancy is considered high-risk may be asked to stay at the hospital in the event of a hurricane. If your physician determines that it is necessary for you to be in the hospital arrive no later than four hours before landfall.

If you are pregnant and live on the Coastal side of Osceola Regional Medical Center and are being evacuated due to Hurricane Matthew and you may be admitted to Osceola Regional, remember to bring your prenatal records with you. If you need to you can have your prenatal records faxed to 407-518-3381 to Baby Suites at Osceola Regional.

We understand the relationship you have built with your physician over the last 8 months but want you to know that we are here for you. Prenatal records and labs results are very important in order to care for you and your baby because it gives our physicians with detailed information about your pregnancy and lets them provide you with the care you may need during labor.

If you need to you can have your prenatal records faxed to 407-518-3381 to Baby Suites at Osceola Regional.

If You are in the Late Stages of Pregnancy or Have a High-Risk Pregnancy

Any pregnant woman who is two weeks from her due date (36 weeks gestation) or whose pregnancy is considered high-risk may be asked to stay at the hospital in the event of a hurricane. If your physician determines that it is necessary for you to be in the hospital arrive no later than four hours before landfall.

If you are pregnant and live on the Coastal side of Osceola Regional Medical Center and are being evacuated due to Hurricane Matthew and you may be admitted to Osceola Regional, remember to bring your prenatal records with you. If you need to you can have your prenatal records faxed to 407-518-3381 to Baby Suites at Osceola Regional.

We understand the relationship you have built with your physician over the last 8 months but want you to know that we are here for you. Prenatal records and labs results are very important in order to care for you and your baby because it gives our physicians with detailed information about your pregnancy and lets them provide you with the care you may need during labor.

If you need to you can have your prenatal records faxed to 407-518-3381 to Baby Suites at Osceola Regional.