During a home visit to check on Maisie, Dr. Shannon Voogt was ready to weigh newborn Maisie by placing her in a basket atop a food scale.
During a home visit to check on Maisie, Dr. Shannon Voogt was ready to weigh newborn Maisie by placing her in a basket atop a food scale. Lexington Herald-Leader
During a home visit to check on Maisie, Dr. Shannon Voogt was ready to weigh newborn Maisie by placing her in a basket atop a food scale. Lexington Herald-Leader

Lexington doctor makes house calls to newborns a part of her medical practice

February 12, 2014 11:05 AM

UPDATED February 13, 2014 08:06 PM

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