Posted January 09, 2019 12:00:20The Stanford obstetric nurse raised $50,000 for her OB-gynecology office and has now put it up for sale, according to the Palo Alto Business Journal.
She has been with the university for two years and recently moved to the hospital, but said she has been frustrated with her current job and that her new job will provide more support.
She was also in a relationship with the patient who has had two abortions and has since moved away from her husband, and said she is still struggling with postpartum depression.
According to the website, the OB-Gynecology Office, located in the Stanford Medical Center, will open in the fall of 2019 and will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
According a description on the website: The OB-gyn is the primary care provider for obstetricians and gynecologists at Stanford Medicine and has a focus on the primary-care community and on women who are not in the obstetric care environment.
She has worked with many of the most important and most vulnerable people in our community.
She was a surgical intern at the Palo Del Norte Health System and was awarded a Doctor of Science in Surgery from Stanford University in 2009.
The OB has an excellent understanding of patient care and her team is always committed to delivering the highest level of patient services.
The OB will serve a total of approximately 5,200 patients per year, and the OB will offer care for the primary health care workforce in the areas of obstetria, gynecology, gynecol, family planning, pediatrics, orthopaedics, and family medicine.