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.Learn more
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2016 WV Perinatal Summit
Join us to celebrate the accomplishments of our past 10 years!
On November 14-15, 2016 (Monday & Tuesday), the West Virginia Perinatal Partnership will hold its 10th Annual Summit at the Charleston Marriott Town Center in Charleston, West Virginia.Learn More
Zika Virus Update
The Zika virus continues to generate concern among all people, particularly pregnant women and their practitioners. With the identification of local transmission within the continental United States, this concern has grown. The following is a brief overview of information available and links to reliable resources for patients and practitioners.Learn More
Innovations in Perinatal Care Storyboard Competition
Storyboards are a great way to engage in conversations around performance excellence. By submitting a storyboard during the 2016 WV Perinatal Summit in November, your organization can showcase a process improvement effort or a successful best practice for others to view throughout the Summit.Learn the details