Women's Hospital of Greensboro

The Women's Hospital of Greensboro is a 134-bed hospital in Greensboro, North Carolina. It is part of Moses Cone Health System and is North Carolina's first free-standing hospital dedicated to women.

For infants who need special care, The Women's Hospital has a Level II and Level III Neonatal intensive care unit. The hospital's staff and specialists include neonatologists, maternal and fetal health physician specialists, anesthesiologists, radiologists, gestational diabetes specialists, breastfeeding consultants and dietitians.

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* [http://www.mosescone.com/bodypat.cfm?id=42 Moses Cone Health System - Women's Hospital of Greensboro]


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