If your voice could save the life of a newborn child, would you use it?

Perinatal Regionalization defines hospitals at risk-appropriate levels, regarding both maternal and neonatal care, and creates a system for referral to ensure high-risk pregnancies and low birth weight, preterm, or otherwise at-risk babies receive consultation and access to risk-appropriate care.

This approach was one of seven recommendations to emerge from the Governor-appointed Prematurity and Infant Mortality Task Force. To learn more, visit: helpmobabies.org

Missouri Legislators are currently reviewing and voting on policy that can change the way Missouri cares for its smallest and most vulnerable babies.
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Recent News about Perinatal Regionalization:

September Update

September Update

September is Infant Mortality Awareness Month, and we know that Missouri’s providers, hospitals, public health professionals,...