Beth Carter

Beth Carter

Medical Case Manager

As a medical case manager, Beth listens to the stories of families who have experienced traumatic birth events that may have been caused by medical negligence. She has a deep understanding of the standards and guidelines of childbirth gained through the completion of an intense certification program and is able to ask the right questions to determine if legal action may be warranted. With more than 8 years working in labor and delivery units, Beth is able to evaluate each individual family’s situation.

Beth’s passion for helping children has even extended to working as a school nurse at her local elementary school.

Beth has two children of her own and draws on her personal experiences to connect with families navigating the difficulties of an early delivery or other traumatic birth events. Her son was born at only 29 weeks and spent an extensive amount of time in the NICU (neonatal intensive care unit).

Having similar experiences allows her to establish a close connection with NICU moms.

The March of Dimes selects families and children whose lives were saved by their research and programs and who have a passion to help other families bring healthier babies into the world. In 2018, Beth and her family were chosen as a March of Dimes Ambassador Family. Together, they continue to serve as advocates for the health of new parents and babies.

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