Lane Regional Medical Center Receives Birth Ready Re-Designation

Lane Regional Medical Center Receives Birth Ready Re-Designation

Louisiana Perinatal Quality Collaborative (LaPQC) has re-designated Lane Regional Medical Center as a Birth Ready facility. This re-designation celebrates the hospital’s improved perinatal health outcomes, the result of implementing clinical practices to promote safe, equitable, and dignified birth for all.

Hospitals receiving the re-designation undergo a rigorous application and review process by LaPQC. Five areas of requirement include participation in collaborative learning, health disparity and patient partnership, policies and procedures, structures and education, and outcome and process measures.

“We are proud to be re-designated as a Birth Ready facility,” says Dawn Fuller, director of Women’s Services at Lane.  “Lane is committed to providing compassionate, family friendly, and specialized healthcare to every patient, every time.”  



Pictured L-R: Members of Lane’s Labor & Delivery team include Alayna Averette, Kelly Fowler, Dawn Fuller, Jamie Schmolke, Colette Baker, and Laura Lusco.