Dr. Cook delivers 6,000th baby at Lutheran Kosciusko Hospital

Dr. Timothy Cook is pictured with the 6,000th baby he has delivered – Scarlett. Photo provided.
News Release

WARSAW — It’s safe to say that Timothy Cook, M.D., has delivered a lot of babies at Lutheran Kosciusko Hospital (LKH) over the past 35 years.

The number of young lives he has helped bring into this world just hit 6,000 with the birth of Scarlett weighing 10 pounds and measuring 22 inches.

“6,000 births is a major milestone and I am happy to be a part of one of the most important moments that a parent experiences. It is truly a joy and now I am seeing second generation deliveries. Serving area moms and babies is a very rewarding profession,” said Dr. Cook who has been delivering babies in this community since 1988.

“We are honored to celebrate this remarkable milestone with Dr. Cook. He makes a positive
impact in our community every day that goes well beyond providing quality OB/GYN care. We are proud to have him on the Lutheran Kosciusko Hospital medical team,” said Lynn
Mergen, CEO, at LKH.

In addition to his highly regarded obstetrics care, Dr. Cook provides gynecologic care for
women of all ages, from adolescents to women entering menopause and beyond.

His services range from preventative care, contraception and infertility evaluations to pregnancy care and surgical procedures. He specializes in minimally invasive procedures, including robotic-assisted surgery. Dr. Cook is a Fellow of The College of Obstetricians & Gynecology and board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Dr. Timothy Cook and team with LKH Birthplace staff. Photo provided.