LifeCenter Sacramento Celebrates the New Opening of Its Birthing Center and Multi-Specialty Surgical Center on Saturday, July 13, 2013

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LifeCenter announces the new grand opening of its and multi-specialty on Saturday, July 13, 2013, located in Sacramento, CA. The 7500-square-foot state-of-the-art facility was developed by local physicians and midwives to deliver high quality care in a comfortable setting.

“We are excited to offer all women in Sacramento and surrounding areas the opportunity to deliver at the accredited Birthing Center under the supportive care of our midwives,” said , Chief Executive Officer. “We practice evidence-based maternity care to facilitate the best outcomes for mothers and their newborns.”

The Birthing Center gives women a full range of safe delivery options and is ideal for women who prefer a home-like setting. The Birthing Center is staffed by a of nurses, doulas and certified midwives who offer birth education, counseling and labor support.

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LifeCenter Surgical Center is an (ASC) that specializes in elective same-day surgical procedures for men and women. The facility includes two surgical suites and offers four specialty services: gynecology, urology, vascular and general surgery.

“Our surgeons and maternity care teams are committed to compassionate quality care for every patient who enters our doors,” said Dr. Hamilton. “LifeCenter combines advanced technology with personalized care in a comfortable setting.”

For more information about the grand opening, join the LifeCenter Birthing Center and Surgical Center Care Teams on and tour the facility by contacting Visit our web site at and .

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