Getting ready to have a baby comes along with so much to think about. At Wesley Medical Center, our goal is to help you feel confident throughout your pregnancy ad as ready for the big day as possible.
Our Maternity Nurse Navigators are your guide, advocate and friend for your journey to parenthood. She will make the complicated more understandable, the overwhelming more manageable and the overall health care experience more patient centered.
To schedule an appointment with a Maternity Nurse Navigator, call (316) 96-BIRTH (316-962-4784).
You and your Maternity Nurse Navigator will:
- Get to know each other and understand services provided by Maternity Navigation
- Visit regularly before, during and after pregnancy
- Answer any questions
- Take a tour of the hospital
- Discuss what hospital amenities are important to you
- Create or review a birth plan
- Determine any risks or health factors that could impact your pregnancy
- Sign up for parent education classes to help you prepare for childbirth, multiples and more
- Review your partner’s role during labor and delivery
Our Maternity Nurse Navigators
Morgan Tracy, BSN, RN
“I was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas and received a bachelors in nursing from Wichita State University in 2009. I have worked at Wesley for 10 years, seven of which have been spent in Labor & Delivery.
I have learned so much about all the intricacies of each pregnancy and how every pregnancy and delivery is different. Not only have I experienced Wesley as an employee but also as a patient.
Wesley is where I delivered my children, from normal pregnancies to emergency C-section and a successful VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean). I have experienced the amazing care from our expertly trained nurses, physicians, delivery team, lactation and NICU. I have also experienced the more difficult part of pregnancies that end in miscarriage. Wesley has been able to cover the gamut of all I could and could not expect with pregnancy, care and support.
Many of my family have utilized Labor and Delivery services at Wesley Medical Center, including my grandmother, mother and sister in law and I would not want them to go anywhere else, as Wesley has the best care and support services available.”
Maternity Nurse Navigator
Jolinda Kelley, BSN, RN
A graduate of Newman University, Jolinda has worked with women in Wesley’s Antepartum and Gynecological Surgery Unit for more than 15 years. She is a current foster parent who has cared for more than 50 children, all of whom have had additional mental or physical needs. As a result, she is well acquainted with the various social services available and understands the emotional needs of parents dealing with serious issues involving their children.
Perinatal Nurse Navigator