Registered nurse Brenda Peters, left, shows off one of the patient rooms during a tour following a ribbon cutting for Coastal Carolina Hospital's new Women's Pavilion on June 12, 2014. The hospital will deliver newborns for the first time in eight years in the new area. The unit features 16 beds housed in existing space. The hospital added 45 new nursing and other jobs to staff it.
Registered nurse Brenda Peters, left, shows off one of the patient rooms during a tour following a ribbon cutting for Coastal Carolina Hospital's new Women's Pavilion on June 12, 2014. The hospital will deliver newborns for the first time in eight years in the new area. The unit features 16 beds housed in existing space. The hospital added 45 new nursing and other jobs to staff it. Staff photo
Registered nurse Brenda Peters, left, shows off one of the patient rooms during a tour following a ribbon cutting for Coastal Carolina Hospital's new Women's Pavilion on June 12, 2014. The hospital will deliver newborns for the first time in eight years in the new area. The unit features 16 beds housed in existing space. The hospital added 45 new nursing and other jobs to staff it. Staff photo

Video and photo: Coastal Carolina Hospital back in the baby business

June 12, 2014 7:27 PM

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