PINEHURST – You can count on expectant parents to have lots of questions about prenatal care and childbirth. New parents usually have even more questions about the care of their newborn.
Area residents can attend the annual FirstHealth Moore Regional Hospital Pregnancy Fair and get their questions answered.
“Moms and dads experiencing pregnancy, childbirth and newborn care, especially for the first time, usually come to our Pregnancy Fair armed with a variety of questions,” says Kendra Groff, administrative director of Women & Children’s Services at Moore Regional, “and we’re always happy answer those questions. We’re also happy to talk about the various services Moore Regional offers to growing families, and we look forward to welcoming moms, dads, grandparents and others to our upcoming event.”
The Thursday, April 18, program will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at The Fair Barn at the Harness Track off Highway 5 in Pinehurst. Information will be available on pregnancy, childbirth, baby care and related community services among other topics.
In addition, more than 30 vendors will be present with a variety of giveaways to share.
New and expectant parents are invited to participate. There is no cost to attend, and registration is not necessary.
For more information on this event, please call (910) 715-1478 or (800) 213-3284 toll-free.
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