UNC’s CenteringPregnancy® program earns official site status from the Centering® Healthcare Institute
UNC OB-GYN’S CenteringPregnancy® program has received official site approval from the Centering® Healthcare Institute, the result of a two-year process to establish and certify this innovative form of group prenatal care at UNC.
UNC OB-GYN added two new faculty to its division in late September and early October.
The popular group prenatal care model is good for moms and babies before delivery and beyond.
The two posts showcased a patient who sought out UNC after a traumatic birth and UNC Midwife Jenny Cox, who helped the patient reach her goals.
This is the second consecutive year UNC Midwives has received this designation.
UNC OB-GYN at Timberlyne has relocated down the street to the new UNC Health Care at Weaver Crossing building.
Davenport, CNM, MSN, MPH, joined UNC Midwives in March 2016.
Infinito, CNM, MSN, joined UNC Midwives in January 2016.
The upcoming January group is open to women who are due in June 2016 and beyond.
This award was established in 1990 by the School of Medicine to express the faculty's respect and appreciation for nurses whose personal contributions have made a significant difference.
UNC Midwives welcomed Maaske in November.
The American College of Nurse-Midwives has released a series of videos on the midwifery model of care.
This week (Oct. 4-10, 2015) is National Midwifery Week. Learn about the division and midwife-led care, and read Q&As with three UNC Midwives on why midwifery matters at UNC and how it fits in to expert, evidence-based obstetrical care at UNC.
The designation comes from the American College of Nurse-Midwives benchmark program report.
The clear-drape cesarean section is part of an emerging birthing trend called family-centered cesarean, which allows the family to have a more active role in childbirth, even when that birth comes via surgery.
Keller graduated from UNC's School of Nursing and East Carolina University and comes to UNC most recently from Duke University.
The story and segment featured UNC Midwife Meg Berreth, who was part of the team that brought the practice back to UNC.
UNC Midwives practice listed on American College of Nurse-Midwives "Best Practice Recognition Roster"
Trina Pugh from Burlington, NC shares her experience with UNC Midwifery.
Joscelyne Brazile from Durham, NC shares her experience with UNC Midwifery.