For the Raleigh area, it seems like most people deliver at Rex--I don't hear much about the Raleigh campus of WakeMed. Is there a reason for this? (I know people who live in Cary do deliver at the Cary WakeMed site).
I'm starting to look into things like what the plan would be with #2 if we decide to have a #2 and part of deciding for me is knowing what the plan is. lol!
I had Scott at Rex and I don't have any real complaints about the care he got--more about logistical things (like no pumping room for NICU moms). But I just looked at WakeMed and clearly it seems they have the better NICU although I hope and pray we wouldn't need to utilize it--WakeMed has a level IV NICU and Rex is a level II/special care nursery. I also noticed that the neonatologists who saw Scott were all from WakeMed. But like I said, the hope is to get me past 32 weeks (when I had Scott) so we would hopefully not need a NICU at all or would only need a level II/special care nursery.
But then as I started looking to see which OB practices deliver at WakeMed just to see what the options are I didn't find much other than the WakeMed OB practice group.
All this rambling to ask--is there a reason most people in Raleigh seem to deliver at Rex and is there a reason most OB practices in Raleigh seem to deliver at Rex? Am I missing something here?