Northwest Washington | Where do doctors go when they have a baby
From September 25, 2012. After moving to Washington, Gina Cadena-Forney had a miscarriage. Later, when she learned she was pregnant again, she knew she needed maternity care and a hospital that had the experience and capabilities to take care of any problem that might arise. After doing her research, her choice was clear: The Providence Pavilion for Women & Children in Everett. As it turned out, her newborn needed to spend a short time in the Maternal Intensive Care Unit, but he soon went home and is now a happy, healthy, always-in-motion two-year-old. While Gina's friends accuse her of being a little over the top about doing her medical homework, she acknowledges it comes with the territory...of being a primary care doctor.