We hope you will make plans to join us at the next UNC Maternal-Fetal Medicine & Clinic Partners Biannual Communication Meeting UNC Maternal-Fetal Medicine & Clinic Partners Biannual Communication Meeting Wednesday, April 18, 2018 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. NC Women’s Hospital Curnen Denny Conference Room, Ground Floor 101 Manning Drive Chapel Hill, NC 27599-7181 5:30… Read More →
A new lunchtime lecture series sponsored by the UNC Beacon Program. Coffee & Dessert will be provided. Providers, faculty, staff, and students are invited to bring their lunches to the Starbucks Conference Rooms (2nd floor, Cancer Hospital Starbucks) at the UNC Medical Center.
It was an evening of BIG + BOLD IDEAS! The TEDxUNC Salon: What if…Reimagining Maternal and Child Health in the US was held on January 17th. Join the momentum, share your “what if,” big+bold call for action using #WhatIfMCH.
N.C. Women’s Hospital has been recognized as an Infant Safe Sleep Hospital Model of Excellence by the North Carolina Healthy Start Foundation. The purpose of the award is to recognize hospitals that are proven leaders in infant safe sleep policy, practice and education. The purpose of the Infant Safe Sleep Model of Excellence Award is… Read More →
The UNC Center for Maternal and Infant Health wishes you a happy holiday. We are excited to share with you personal stories from some of the families that we serve and to highlight those individuals who support these families with coordinated quality care.
It is critical to understand the public health impact of this new face of tobacco, especially among pregnant women and adolescents.
Recently the U.S. Surgeon General sent a letter to all doctors in the U.S. to enlist their assistance in solving an urgent health care crisis facing our country, the opioid addiction epidemic.
We hope you will make plans to join us at the next Clinic Partners and UNC Maternal-Fetal Medicine Meeting on: Tuesday, November 1, 2016 5:30-7:30 p.m. NC Cancer Hospital, Ground Floor Conference Room 1 (Sanofi Aventis) UNC OBGYN’s Clinic Partners collaborate in regular meetings to continue to enhance their provision of quality care for the… Read More →
September is Infant Mortality Awareness Month and the Center for Maternal and Infant Health is encouraging everyone to get involved to help reduce the number of infants that die each year.
Zika is a mosquito-borne virus that is currently causing outbreaks in many countries. Zika virus can be passed from a pregnant woman to her fetus, and infection during pregnancy can cause microcephaly and other birth defects.