As a regional perinatal center, MUMC provides consultation and transport for patients and educational support for other hospitals in the region. Our perinatal/neonatal outreach coordinators assess the needs of the hospitals in our region and develop educational plans to address those needs.
Judy Layden is the perinatal outreach coordinator at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, Georgia. She worked as a staff nurse in labor and delivery, perinatal testing, and neonatal intensive care before accepting her current position in 1989. Layden received her associate's degree in nursing from Armstrong State University in Savannah in 1971 and her BSN from Graceland College in Lamoni, Iowa, in 1996. Layden focuses on educational programs targeted to the labor and delivery nurse, high-risk antepartum, and post-partum care.
Phone: 912-350-5924Fax: 912-350-7072
Diane Youmans is the perinatal (neonatal) outreach coordinator at Memorial University Medical Center in Savannah, Georgia. She has practiced neonatal intensive care nursing in various capacities, including neonatal staff nurse, neonatal transport nurse, nurse manager, and neonatal clinical specialist. She received her undergraduate degree from Armstrong State University in Savannah and her master’s degree in parent-child nursing from the Medical College of Georgia. Youmans provides educational programs about care of the newborn, newborn resuscitation, and newborn stabilization.