Busting the myth that stillbirth isn’t preventable – Heather Florescue, MD

April 8, 2020
Stillbirth Matters Podcast
Busting the myth that stillbirth isn't preventable - Heather Florescue, MD
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Heather Florescue

In this episode Chris Duffy visits with Dr. Heather Florescue of Women's Gynecology and Childbirth Associates, PC in Rochester, NY.  Dr. Florescue graduated Phi Beta Kappa and Magna Cum Laude from the University of Rochester in 2000. She graduated from the University of Rochester Medical School in 2004 and completed residency there as well in 2008 during which time she won several awards for patient care including being elected to the Gold Humanism Honor Society for compassion she showed towards patients. She is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and became board certified in January of 2010. On a personal note, Heather is the very proud mother school age triplets:  Jack, Kate and Ryan,  who provide her with great joy and balance in her life.

2 Comments

Jan McNeely

So incredibly powerful! We never know the change one person can make until we try! Kudos to Dr. Florescue for being that one person who will no doubt will bring others along side her.💙👣

Clare Thorwick

I am a labor and delivery nurse, then an Antepartum Testing nurse for 15 years. I have written about mothers who have saved their baby’s lives by reporting diminished fetal movement. Also other stories that support the power of Mother’s intuition. I don’t know how to share this document so more mothers can be empowered to speak up when they are concerned. Technology seems to be trusted too much and the mothers not enough. Are you interested?

I appreciated your presentation very very much. Kudos!

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