Hats off to this Dr Mom, Dr. Amanda Hess! The doctor who was in her own hospital room preparing to give birth to her second baby heard screams from the room next door and jumped in to help, delivering that patient’s baby because the on-call doctor was out of the building.
While she was getting into her patient gown to prepare for her delivery she overheard the nurses preparing for a woman in active labor who needed to deliver immediately because the baby was in distress - that baby was coming and needed help! The patient's doctor haven’t yet arrived and she was in pain and discomfort. Being a doctor herself, she knew that the baby needed attention now!
Dr. Hess, only hours before giving birth herself, got out of her maternity bed and heeded the call of duty, helping out a fellow expectant mother during an emergency.
It all happened at Frankfort Regional Medical Center.
In her own words, she "put another gown on to cover my backside, put some splash boots on over my flip flops" and delivered that baby! She literally worked until the last second!!
Though off duty, but a doctor is never off duty.
Then it was time for Hess to deliver her own baby.
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