Kelly Rode Testimony
In 2013 Kelly Rode was first diagnosed with a rare form of ovarian cancer. Ten years later, her journey has been one of strength throughout adversity.
Boston IVF Patients
Easing Your Fertility Journey
Fertility treatments have come a long way since their introduction—from both a scientific and stigma perspective. Women and their partners have many more effective options to achieve their fertility goals, whether they are dealing with immediate issues or want to preserve their eggs for future use.
Dr. Libby Brown, clinical psychologist and wellness and counseling expert at Deaconess the Women's Hospital, guides women along the final stages of that journey.
Developmental Clinic/Nutritional Service for Pediatric Patients
Pediatric Nutrition: Serving Infants and Toddlers Who Need a Little Help
Everyone needs proper nutrition to thrive, but when a baby or toddler encounters feeding difficulties, how can parents and their pediatrician overcome those challenges? One answer is the developmental clinic at Deaconess the Women's Hospital.
Abby Ungetheim, dietician and nutritionist, explains what the clinic has to offer and who might be a good candidate for the clinic’s services.
Genetic Testing for Mental Health
Elizabeth Johnson RN, APRN, PMH-C
One might not think about genetic testing in regard to mental health, but it can absolutely give physicians important clues. Elizabeth Johnson, family nurse practitioner and perinatal mental health nurse practitioner at Deaconess Hospitals Center for Healing Arts, turns to such scientific data to help guide treatment options.
“Part of my niche is navigating what treatment options may be best, specific to medication, adding or subtracting, starting or stopping, based on how that person is struggling and what their need is at that time in their life,” she states.