Press Items for Facility: NSMC Birthplace

Marblehead family: 'Special Care' facility's name fits
5/22/2014 - Marblehead Reporter
Liv and James Dolce of Marblehead did not expect complications after the delivery of their now 10-month-old daughter, Charlotte.Yet after only two hours after Charlotte’s birth during the late hours of June 27, Dr. William Dwyer, a neonatologist at MassGeneral for Children at North Shore Medical Center, informed the couple that the newborn was having difficulty breathing. Charlotte received antibiotics and was transferred to the NSMC Special Care Nursery.
Marblehead family attests: Merry Mixers have made impact
4/4/2013 - Marblehead Reporter
Save the date. Mark your calendar. Saturday, June 1. 7 p.m., Boston Yacht Club. Before you file that information away, take a look at the type of people it benefits.
Lynn's first baby of 2013
1/2/2013 - Lynn Item
West Lynn resident Marie Gomez went into labor at around midnight on New Year's Eve, presumably ideal timing for her baby to be born early in 2013.
First babies arrive healthy, happy
1/2/2013 - Salem News
Kimberly Alicea gave birth to the first baby on the North Shore.
10/30/2012 - Some of North Shore Medical Center (NSMC) Salem Hospital’s tiniest patients were invited back to the hospital for a festive, Halloween-themed reunion to celebrate their miraculous births and recoveries at the Special Care Nursery. More than 100 infants and toddlers attended and reunited with hospital nurses, therapists, and physicians.
Enhancing Care for High-Risk Infants and their Families
When Paige Sherman was born eight weeks early, weighing just 4 lbs., 6 oz., she was immediately transferred to NSMC's Special Care Nursery where she received life-saving care, Paige is now a busy and active two-year-old. To better serve patients like Paige, NSMC is planning an expansion and renovation of its Special Care Nursery, another step in the hospital's ongoing enhancement of the patient experience.
Baby Can Wait: Hospitals Curb Early Elective Deliveries
3/30/2012 - OB.GYN. News
NSMC has successfully reduced the rate of early elective newborn deliveries from 31.6% in 2010 to only 1.6% in 2011, to improve the health and safety of mothers and babies.
Peabody Mom Welcomes New Year's Baby
1/3/2012 - Peabody Patch
For two years running the first North Shore baby of the year has been born at the North Shore Medical Center in Salem and come from Peabody.
A New Year's baby boy
1/3/2012 - Gloucester Daily Times
NSMC's first baby of 2012.
A long time coming for first babies of 2012
1/2/2012 - Salem News
NSMC welcomes the first baby of 2012.
Peabody couple welcomes ‘First Baby’
1/2/2012 - Lynn Item
NSMC welcomes the first baby of 2012.
Making Miracles
After 18 months of trying to conceive, Melissa Meehan and her husband Matt, of Swampscott, turned to NSMC reproductive endocrinologist Mitchell Rein, M.D., for help.