Effective Monday, January 6, 2020: Visitor restrictions across UNC Hospitals for children 11 years and younger.
The Fall 2018 CMIH Newsletter is Here! We have been working hard to enhance the health and wellbeing of women, infants, and families in NC and beyond. Read to find out more.
Temporary visitor restrictions on children under 12 lifted April 13 Due to a decrease in the number of influenza cases, visitor restrictions for inpatient areas and waiting rooms at UNC Hospitals (Chapel Hill and Hillsborough) will end on Friday April 13, 2018. Please note that due to continued circulation of RSV, restrictions remain in place… Read More →
CMIH has hit the ground running after receiving federal funding supported by and within HRSA MCHB’s Collaborative Improvement and Innovation Network on Infant Mortality (IM CoIIN) initiative.
To keep patients healthy, children under 12 may not visit inpatient areas and waiting rooms at UNC Hospitals. This will be effective on Monday, January 8th. All visitors are being asked not to visit UNC Hospitals or UNC clinics if they have a fever AND any of the following symptoms: cough, runny nose/nasal congestion, or… Read More →
UNC CMIH provides high-quality and cutting-edge therapies to high-risk pregnant women and their babies. Our coordinators provide comprehensive care to women, infants and their families from diagnosis through decisions and delivery.
UNC CMIH received new funding to reduce infant mortality and improve birth outcomes, particularly for low-income women and women of color in some of the country’s most underserved communities.
CMIH has developed NEW 17P and Tobacco Cessation Patient & Provider Materials.
Spring was a very productive and busy time for the Center. We are pleased to share an update about our work, including a spotlight on two of the families that we have served.
#MCHChat for National Women’s Health Week Join us! #MCHChat – covering a spectrum of (young) women’s reproductive health When: Tues, May 16, 2017, 12-1pm ET Where: on Twitter using #MCHChat Who: March of Dimes, The National Preconception Health & Health Care Initiative, Young Families Connect, EveryWoman Southeast, You Quit Two Quit, and UNC Center for… Read More →