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How Twins Changed My Life

hamptom richards, his wife, and their twin boys

Five and a half years ago, Dr. Hampton B. Richards and his wife, Rachel, were blessed with twin boys. Dr. Richards is a second-generation partner of Walnut Hill OBGYN, specializing in high-risk pregnancy, infertility, operative laparoscopy, resolution of heavy periods, operative hysteroscopy, and minimally invasive surgery. Rachel was a Nurse Supervisor in the Neonatal ICU. […]

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National Baby Safety Month: Preventing Falls

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September is National Baby Safety Month. This safety month is an annual campaign sponsored by the Juvenile Products Manufacturers Associate (JPMA). Each year’s campaign brings awareness to the safe selection and proper use of baby products to prevent injuries. This year’s focus is all about preventing fall-related injuries. Read these safety tips to help keep […]

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Welcoming Dr. Sooyeon Choi, M.D. to Walnut Hill

Walnut Hill is honored to introduce the newest member of our team, Dr. Sooyeon Choi, M.D. Dr. Choi recently completed a fellowship in Advanced Gynecologic Surgery at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital and will be taking patients full time starting in August 2017. “It’s not just a job, it’s my passion and part of my identity, […]

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How Deliveries Have Changed Over the Years

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Here at Walnut Hill, our staff has been in practice for over 100 years combined. With that experience comes stories of lives changed, countless procedures, and even seeing how deliveries have changed over the years. In this video, we interview Dr. John Bertrand, who is in his 38th year of practice as an OBGYN physician, […]

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Zika Virus and Planning Pregnancy

If you are planning on getting pregnant in the near future, it’s important to know how to protect you and your baby from the Zika virus. The Zika virus is typically spread through the bite of an infected mosquito and can cause minor symptoms. However, the real concern arises when a woman who is pregnant contracts […]

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ThermiVA for Incontinence

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Urinary incontinence is something lots of women fear every time they feel a sneeze coming on, cough or laugh. Incontinence also affects women while exercising or while performing any activity that involves jumping or bouncing. Surprisingly, women of all ages can experience incontinence. However, for most women, this normally happens post-pregnancy or during menopause. Incontinence […]

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