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Education and Resources

Interactive Online Parent and Family Education Classes

Jefferson's first priority is the safety of you and your baby so we are making every effort to prevent any possible risk of exposure to Coronavirus.  Please visit us at the link below if you are interested in learning more about these and other parent and family education classes:

  • Childbirth
  • Breastfeeding
  • Getting Ready for Baby
  • Child Seat Safety
  • Grandparents

 

COVID-19 Education: Webinars and Virtual Classes

March of Dimes: 

  • Healthy Moms, Strong Babies: Expecting a Baby During the COVID 19 Pandemic: Watch Now 
  • Tips to Relieve Stress and Anxiety During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Watch Now
  • Are communities of color being disproportionately impacted during the COVID-19 pandemic?: Watch Now

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Jefferson University Hospitals - Women's Health

Whether you’re young and single, planning a family, or facing mid- or late-life changes, Jefferson’s widely respected obstetricians and gynecologists can provide you with high-quality personalized and compassionate care.

Ranked among the nation’s best hospitals for gynecology by U.S. News & World Report, Jefferson offers women state-of-the-art services, from cancer screenings and fertility evaluation, to high-risk pregnancy care and treatment for uterine fibroids, urogynecology and menopause.

Nurture NJ

Did you know that studies show black women are 7x more likely than white women to die in NJ from pregnancy related complications? Additionally, black babies are over 3x more likely than white babies in NJ to die before their first birthday.

New Jersey is on a mission to tackle systemic racism and improve health outcomes for mothers and babies of color. 

First Lady Tammy Murphy, with over 100 collaborators, recently launched the Nurture NJ Maternal and Infant Health Strategic Plan to help raise awareness of such inequities and improve these outcomes. 

For more information about the initiative and how you can get involved, click the link below. 

 

 

By extending Medicaid coverage for one full year after delivering a baby, New Jersey will:

  • Ensure continuity of care for moms
  • Advance the #NurtureNJ mission to make New Jersey the safest, most equitable place in the nation to deliver and raise a baby

From expanding Medicaid coverage for 365 days postpartum to developing a doula registry to developing a pilot for housing support for pregnant women, New Jersey’s FY2022 Budget is a budget for moms and babies!