NAGS HEAD, N.C. — The event, held in the hospital’s lobby, drew a crowd of more than 100 who enjoyed cake, games, musical story time, and displays and information from community organizations. The hospital was pleased to welcome several organizations that provided valuable information for new mothers, including the Dare County Department of Health, Mommy and Me, and the Children and Youth Partnership, as well as the Nags Head Fire Department which conducted child seat restraint checks.
About Women’s Services at the Outer Banks Hospital
The hospital averages 400 newborn deliveries a year. The Labor and Delivery Department has two Labor/Delivery/Recovery/Postpartum rooms, one Level-1 nursery bed and a five-bed nursery. All rooms support our comfortable family concept with Jacuzzi tubs, glider rockers and built-in window seats.
(Photo top) Dr. Daniel Dwyer, Coastal Women’s Clinic, delivered both of Natalya Sharp’s two babies, Alexander (2008) and Luke (2010). Sharp works in the accounting department at The Outer Banks Hospital.