Unfortunately, Dr. Savatiel is no longer doing OB. Otherwise, I would have highly recommended her. Have you considered the birth center? Homebirth? If you're looking for a hospital birth, try East Cooper Women's Center (Williamson & Stickler, preferably).
my youngest child i was transferred from my hosp to musc and induced up there, opted for no epidural/apin meds etc. but i can't remember any of the people's names that saw me, i remember most of the names of the people who were on my peanut's care team though. all but one nurse was awesome and dr carol wagner (neonatologist) is super supportive of nursing- she was the only doctor there who i felt really was. dr k (i won't put her whole name here) was very pro pumping but not supportive of nursing at all imo. it wasn't exactly your uestion, but i hope i gave you some useful info regardless.
What about the birth place in Charleston too?
Mama to 2 littles. 3/2009 and 11/2012
BF, BW, CS, and EO
I used Nicole with one of my births. She is great. She is still takings clients. You can check out this group too for info: https://www.facebook.com/groups/101399646142/?ref=ts&fref=ts Also I have attended births at MUSC as a doula that were natural births. It was a while ago but the births were really hands off and nice. The birth place is nice too.
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