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West Boca Medical Center Appoints New Director of Maternity Services

May 8, 2018

In keeping with its tradition of excellence in maternity care, West Boca Medical Center selects Nina Jack, R.N., as its new director of maternity services. She will oversee labor and delivery, maternal-fetal and antepartum units, nursery and postpartum staff, ensure that the obstetrics department continues to meet the highest standards in patient experience and develop and implement quality improvement initiatives.

“Nina has over 20 years of clinical experience that will be of great value to families that are selecting to deliver at West Boca Medical Center,” said Mitch Feldman, CEO. “We know that under Nina’s leadership, our hospital’s obstetrics department will continue to exceed the expectations of patients throughout the communities we serve.”

West Boca Medical Center recently achieved the prestigious 5-Star Rating for Labor & Delivery recognition from Healthgrades. This rating indicates that the hospital’s clinical outcomes are statistically better than expected when treating the condition or performing the procedure being evaluated. The hospital also has the only Level III NICU, the highest level of care available in Boca Raton.

Nina, worked in labor and delivery for Baptist Health systems for the past nine years before coming to West Boca Medical Center. She received her Bachelor’s degree from Homerton College in Cambridge, England and then earned her Nursing degree from Chamberlain College of Nursing.