Premieres on Lifetime Television
Tuesday, February 1, 2011, at 10 PM ET/PT
New episodes air Tuesdays at 10PM ET/PT
In eight, hour-long episodes, the series takes an in depth look at life inside the maternity ward at Riverside Methodist Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, as expectant mothers enter their final stage of pregnancy. From the delivery room, to the operating room, to the front desk, to the nurses’ station...40 cameras roll 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to capture the high drama, humor and overwhelming emotion of child birth as new lives
begin and others change forever.
The series has great team of executive directors Elisabeth Murdoch (MasterChef), Howard T. Owens (MasterChef), Daniel Soiseth (America’s Next Top Model), Robin Ashbrook (Live to Dance), Shelley Schulze (Trauma: Life in the ER), Sanjay Singhal (The Event: How Racist are You?), JoAnn Alfano, Gena McCarthy and Sandy Varo Jarrell of Lifetime Television.
One born every minute has the following staff of doctors on the show:
Dr. Stu Jones: Chief of Women’s Health.
Dr. Stu Jones has been at Riverside for 18 years. When he’s not in a delivery you can usually find
him hanging out at the nurses’ station, joking with the residents or posing for the family albums
holding the baby he’s just delivered.
Dr. Rhonda Gaiser: Attending Physician.
Dr. Rhonda Gaiser has been a Labor and Delivery attending physician for 15 years. A ball of energy
and a legend at Riverside, Gaiser has been known to jump four flights of stairs to get to a delivery
and has no problem straddling a woman to help push the baby out.
Dr. Minnie: Labor and Delivery Attending.
Dr. Minnie has been at Riverside Methodist hospital for seven years. Coming from three generations
of doctors, she was destined to follow in their footsteps. Among the residents she is known as a strict
Dr. Matt Mingione: Specializing in Maternal Fetal Medicine.
Dr. Matt Minigione has been at Riverside Methodist hospital for four years, specializing in Maternal
Fetal Medicine. Originally from a small town in Ohio, his mom was the driving force behind him
accomplishing his dream. When a family is facing tough decisions, complications and fetal
anomalies, he is there to get them through the rough times.
Dr. Brianna Paulson: Intern.
Dr. Brianna Paulson is only two months into her residency and is still adjusting trying to keep up
with the fast pace Labor and Delivery floor while learning on the go.
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