Welcome to Women’s Health at Coffee Regional Medical Center! Here, women will find all the resources they need for all ages and stages of life!

In addition to our outstanding team of physicians and mid-levels at CRH Women’s Center, Coffee Regional Medical Center has women’s health services to ensure you are keeping your health at the top of your to-do list.

Labor & Delivery Unit

Our mother and baby unit is designed to ensure the comfort and care of our mothers, babies, and fathers! Our birthing suites offer safety and comfort to our families, allowing our mothers to labor, deliver, and remain in the comfort of our spacious suites. In addition, each suite offers a full bathroom, a bed for the father, and a large picture window for beautiful views of our campus.  Our chef ensures that each birth is celebrated with a special steak dinner, offered to Mom & Dad during their stay.

We encourage you to “Room-In” with your baby during your hospital stay. Rooming-In with your baby promotes bonding and increases the breastfeeding success rates. Your baby may remain in your room except for a few quick trips to the nursery for health screenings by our nursery staff and your Pediatrician.

We feature 6 Labor & Delivery rooms as well as 5 Women’s Health rooms. We also have a Level 1 Nursery connected to our Women’s Health Unit. The nursery features a waiting room with plenty of windows for family members and friends to enjoy a glimpse of your new bundle of joy.

Our highly trained labor & delivery staff work closely with your physician to ensure the safety of both mother and baby. We will guide and support the mother and her support person through the birthing process. If a cesarean section (C-section) is required, the support person may accompany the mother to the operating room unless an emergent condition prevents it.

In addition to the physician, there are two mid-level providers on staff that work exclusively in the labor & delivery unit as an extension to your labor nurses. Both Nurse Practitioners are certified in Electronic Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring. We are proud to offer this expertise to our expecting mothers as this provides an additional layer of care for the baby during the delivery process. Your physician, however, will still deliver the baby when its time.

Our highly trained labor & delivery staff work closely with your physician to ensure the safety of both mother and baby. If you have questions regarding your delivery, please reach out to us at (912) 384-1900 ext 2380.

Due to current COVID-19 restrictions, visitors (including immediate family members) are not allowed inside the hospital or the labor & delivery unit at this time. Only the mother and father we be permitted inside the hospital. We look forward to lifting those restrictions, as we know what a special time it is to welcome a new baby. Please understand that this is for the safety of our patients.


Due to current COVID-19 restrictions classes are currently not being held, however, support is simply a phone call away!

  • Childbirth -Registered Nurse and Perinatal Educator, Laree Vickers will lead the class and ensure all expectant mothers are prepared for their delivery. These classes will focus on educating the soon-to-be new mothers on important information regarding the latter stages of pregnancy, labor & delivery and also care of the mother and baby once the baby arrives. Topics covered in the class include common discomforts of pregnancy, what to expect upon arrival to the hospital, the labor process, explanation of medical terminology, breathing and relaxation techniques during labor, pain relief options, breastfeeding your newborn, care of the newborn, and post-partum care for the mother. Classes will also include a walking tour of the CRMC labor and delivery unit to familiarize the expectant mother with the facility. Expectant mothers are welcome to bring their spouse, family member or significant other to the class to ensure everyone that will be involved with the labor and delivery process is familiarized with what to expect on the day of delivery as well as the CRMC Labor & Delivery Unit. Patients can also call to schedule a tour of the unit separate from childbirth class if needed. Once again, interested patients should call (912) 384-1900 extension 2392 or 2380 and speak with Laree Vickers, RN.
  • Breastfeeding – Breastfeeding support is available for all expecting and new mothers. Information on preparing to breastfeed, establishing and maintaining your milk supply, pumping, and storage of breast milk, the benefits of skin to skin contact with your newborn and more are available. Those interested should call Laree Vickers, RN, CLC at (912) 384.1900 ext-2392.


Your best chance of surviving breast cancer depends on early detection. Thanks to the efforts of the CRMC Foundation and the generosity of our donors and community, CRMC offers 3D Mammography technology. This improves the early detection of breast cancer and ultimately saves lives. A mammogram must be ordered by your physician. This service is offered through our radiology team, who performs mammograms, breast biopsies, ultrasound images, and bone density testing. To find out more, call (912) 383-5682.

Annual FREE breast cancer screening is offered by CRMC. These screenings are held in October of each year, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. To find out more about the 2021 event, click here.

CRH Women’s Center

Our team of providers at CRH Women’s Center are second to none. Collectively they treat all areas of both obstetrics and gynecology. To learn more about their services and specialties visit them online. CRH Women’s Center, click here.

Our Providers

Steven Diamond, M.D.
Bradley Goldberg, M.D.
Justin Peterson, M.D.
Angela M. Brewer, FNP-C
Meg Minchew, PA-C
Cathy Lee Herrington, FNP-C
Hali Atkinson Varnedore, FNP-C