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Above: USA Children's & Women's Hospital Administrator Owen Bailey shakes the hand of Rev. Jacob Davis before receiving the Dr. Martin Luther King Health and Human Service Award.
University of South Alabama Children's & Women's Hospital Administrator Owen Bailey was recently honored by People United To Advance the Dream with their Dr. Martin Luther King Health and Human Service Award at Mt. Hebron Church Ministries on Jan. 18.
Bailey was given the award at a service that was part of the Celebration Weekend that preceded the Dr. M.L.K. Annual March. The Jan. 18 service also honored other area leaders that lead civic, social and humanitarian causes and organizations.
About USA Children's & Women's Hospital
The University of South Alabama Children's & Women's Hospital is among a handful of freestanding hospitals in the United States dedicated specifically to the health care needs of children and women. USACWH health care professionals are uniquely qualified and equipped to provide a wide range of therapeutic and surgical services for children and women, be it life-threatening illness, traumatic injury, premature birth or high-risk obstetrical and gynecological needs.
USACWH is the Mobile area’s leading provider of health services for newborn babies and their mothers. The Labor & Delivery Unit successfully delivers more than 2,800 babies each year, an average of five to 15 babies each day, which is twice as many births as any other hospital in Mobile. The unit also features 15 private birthing suites promoting family-centered care and three operating rooms for cesarean section deliveries and other obstetric procedures.
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