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The West Virginia Perinatal Partnership is a statewide partnership of healthcare professionals and public and private organizations working to improve perinatal health in West Virginia. Founded in 2006, the Partnership coordinates programs and develops policies to address the State’s health outcomes among mothers and their babies.

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Upcoming events

Feb
8
Mon
4:30 pm Improving Care for Newborns with... @ St. Mary's Medical Center
Improving Care for Newborns with... @ St. Mary's Medical Center
Feb 8 @ 4:30 pm – 6:00 pm
Doctors’ Dining Room St. Mary’s Medical Center Presenter Sean Loudin, MD Assistant Professor, Pediatrics Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine Division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Marshall University Who Should Attend This workshop has been designed specifically for pediatric providers, obstetrical providers, nursing staff, nurse managers, social workers, and hospital medical coders. What You Will Learn Dr. Loudin will discuss substance exposed ... Read More
Feb
19
Fri
11:30 am Improving Care for Newborns with... @ Thomas Memorial Hospital
Improving Care for Newborns with... @ Thomas Memorial Hospital
Feb 19 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
2 Front Education Classroom Thomas Memorial Hospital Presenter Stefan Maxwell, MD Assoc. Professor, Pediatrics WVU School of Medicine, Charleston Director, Newborn Intensive Care Charleston Area Medical Center Women & Children’s Hospital Who Should Attend This workshop has been designed specifically for pediatric providers, obstetrical providers, nursing staff, nurse managers, social workers, and hospital medical coders. What You Will Learn Dr. ... Read More
Feb
25
Thu
12:00 pm @ United Hospital Center
@ United Hospital Center
Feb 25 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
United Hospital Center Luncheon provided Presenter Sean Loudin, MD Assistant Professor, Pediatrics Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine Division of Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine Marshall University Who Should Attend This workshop has been designed specifically for pediatric providers, obstetrical providers, nursing staff, nurse managers, social workers, and hospital medical coders. What You Will Learn Dr. Loudin will discuss substance exposed newborns, its ... Read More

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