BABY CHANGES EVERYTHING!
Top Docs at Women First
Our exceptional team here at Women First has been honored again, with SIX of our physicians selected as 2016 Top Docs by their peers in the Greater Louisville Medical Society. Congratulations to Dr. Rebecca Booth, Dr. Holly Brown, Dr. Ann Grider, Dr. Michele Johnson, Dr. Rebecca Terry, and Dr. Lori Warren! See their listings on pages 75 and 78-80 of Louisville Magazine’s August issue.
Time sure flies when you love your work! And we do.
This month, Women First celebrates 28 years of caring for women. Thank you for allowing us to be part of your life.
Women First welcomes Anna Hutchinson, APRN!
Anna joins Women First as a nurse practitioner, practicing with Dr. Michele Johnson and Dr. Leigh Price. With clinical experience at several urology practices, Anna has experience as a nurse practitioner working in women’s health, urogynecology, well-woman care and obstetrics. Read more about Anna here.
Congratulations to Dr. Lori Warren!
Our own Dr. Lori Warren is now double board-certified, recently adding Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgery (FPMRS) to her certification in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Dr. Warren provides medical and surgical treatment for patients experiencing prolapse, pelvic floor dysfunction, urinary incontinence, and much more. Congratulations, Dr. Warren! Read more about Dr. Warren. Read about Female Pelvic Medicine here.
Women First welcomes Tracy Kuzma, APRN!
Tracy joins Women First as a nurse practitioner, practicing with Dr. Michele Johnson and Dr. Leigh Price. Having worked as a travel RN in labor and delivery, Tracy also has experience as a nurse practitioner working with high-risk obstetric patients. Read more about Tracy here.
BABY CHANGES EVERYTHING!
Botox approved by the FDA for Overactive Bladder Now at Women First
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has expanded the use of Botox to treat overactive bladder when patients cannot tolerate or do not respond to medication. Scientists from Loyola University Chicago Stritch School of Medicine (SSOM) and the National Institutes of Health network found that Botox injected into the bladder muscle is twice as likely to completely eliminate overactive bladder symptoms in females than medications. Click here to read the full story about Botox treatment for overactive bladder.
Help us welcome Carrie Frederick to Women First
Carrie joins Women First to work with Dr. Kelli Miller and Dr. Margarita Terrassa and to provide care for new patients. With both a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree in Nursing, Carrie has experience in many facets of OB/GYN care and was a clinical instructor in Maternal/Newborn Nursing at University of Louisville School of Nursing. Read more about Carrie here
Another year of loving what we do!
This month, Women First celebrates 27 years of caring for women. Thank you for allowing us to be an important part of your life.
FIVE Women First physicians are 2015 Top Docs!
We always knew we had a great team here at Women First! We’re honored to recognize FIVE of our physicians as 2015 Top Docs—selected by the Greater Louisville Medical Society. Congratulations to Dr. Rebecca Booth, Dr. Holly Brown, Dr. Ann Grider, Dr. Rebecca Terry, and Dr. Lori Warren! See their listing on pages 74 and 76 of Louisville Magazine's issue. And see our ad for the magazine here.
Careers at Women First!
Women First seeks an experienced full time Certified Nurse Midwife to join our busy practice in Louisville, Kentucky Click here to learn more
Dr. Lori Warren and Dr. Rebecca Booth Emphasize Minimally-Invasive Techniques in M.D. Update Magazine
Dr. Lori Warren and Dr. Rebecca Booth are featured in the May 2015 issue of M.D. Update magazine for their role in pioneering minimally-invasive surgeries for women. Working with Baptist Health, our Women First physicians have helped change the dynamic of gynecologic surgery in Louisville with new treatment options that are in the best interest of patients. Read the full article here
Join us in welcoming Charly Neal, APRN, at Women First!
Short for Charlotte, Charly is Women First’s newest Nurse Practitioner who, in addition to providing care for new patients, is working with Dr. Cartwright and Dr. Warren. Charly completed her nursing degree and her Master’s dual certification as Family Nurse Practitioner and Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner from the University of Louisville. Read more about Charly here.
Dr. Lori Warren Interview on CBS News
Weight gain in menopause: Why does it happen, and what can you do?
Your Annual Wellness Exam—Essential for Ongoing Good Health
Women First is committed to preventive care for women. So we’re strong proponents for women having a wellness and gynecologic exam every year, beginning by the age of 21.
Your annual visit provides an excellent opportunity for us to discuss ways for maintaining a healthy lifestyle and minimizing health risks. Your annual health assessment at Women First includes screenings, evaluation and counseling, including a detailed review of family history and how it may impact your health risks. We’ll also inquire about your emotional and sexual health, fertility goals, family planning and hormonal challenges, plus many other women’s issues. Read the full article
Dr. Terry featured in the March issue of Today’s Woman!
As part of Women’s History Month, our own Dr. Rebecca Terry was highlighted in the March issue of Today’s Woman magazine! One of the founding partners of Women First, Dr. Terry shares a little of her background and salutes the women who supported her career.
“Meet the Doula”
Are you considering a doula for your labor and delivery experience? Learn more about doulas— nonmedical professionals who provide emotional, physical and informational support to the mother during childbirth—by attending one of the upcoming FREE “Meet the Doula” sessions at Baptist Health. Click here for more informationFor older news about Women First, click here to see our News Archives.
How do I know if I have Post Partum Depression?
For most women, having a baby is an exciting time. Yet, after childbirth, many mothers feel sad, angry, afraid or anxious. Most new mothers have these feelings in a mild form called postpartum blues. This is a passing state of heightened emotions. About 10% of new mothers have a more serious condition called post partum depression (PPD). Learn more about Post Partum Depression and how Women First can help
Take Control of Your Delivery with the Power of Wireless Telemetry Monitoring
If you’re planning to deliver without an epidural or limit the use of pain interventions as long as possible, then wireless Telemetry Monitoring may be for you. We use fetal monitoring during labor to try to better understand what is happening in utero so we can more safely deliver your baby. In the past to be monitored, you were attached to a monitor via cords that were several feet long. Now, you no longer have to be tied to a machine the whole time. You can walk in the rooms and in the halls. You can even shower while being monitored. Read the full article regarding Wireless Telemetry Monitoring
Women First is pleased to announce that Vaughn Bowen, APRN (Nurse Practitioner) joined our practice September 16, 2013.
We are happy to welcome Vaughn Bowen to Women First as one of our skilled Nurse Practitioners. Nurse Practitioners are registered nurses who provide a full range of healthcare services similar to those of a physician. Vaughn received her degree in Nurse Practitioner studies from the Emory University School of Medicine in Atlanta. Vaughn has practiced in obstetrics and gynecology for the past 14 years. Vaughn works with Dr. Becky Terry’s established patients providing routine well-care, family planning visits (including IUD and Nexplanon insertions), menopause management, medication concerns, and post-operative appointments. She also welcomes new patients and has availability for urgent matters on a same-day basis. Please contact our office to schedule an appointment with Vaughn.
Three Women First Physicians Named Louisville Magazine’s 2013 “Top Docs”
Questionnaires mailed to 2,300 members of the Great Louisville Medical Society requested area physicians’ top choices of Louisville doctors for medical care for either themselves or a family member. Survey respondents listed their selections of top physicians and specialists in order of preference for each discipline. Listings received points according to placement, which were then tallied to come up with the 2013 list of Top Docs.
In Obstetrics and Gynecology, Dr. Brown, Dr. Terry and Dr. Warren were three of the ten OB/GYN physicians selected as this year’s “Top Docs.”