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Cooley Dickinson Hospital Works to Rebuild Community Faith
Cooley Dickinson Hospital Works to Rebuild Community Faith

(Northampton, MA) – Officials at Cooley Dickinson Hospital in Northampton are hoping to regain the public’s faith in the facility’s Childbirth Center. There have been six incidents over the last two years including the deaths of one mother and two babies. Chief Medical Officer Dr. Mark Novotny says the hospital has reorganized how care is provided in the child birth center. He spoke to WHMP’s Bob Flaherty.

Photo of Dr. Mark Novotny courtesy of Daily Hampshire Gazette

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