This site includes information about pregnancy, how to have a healthy baby and how to keep baby healthy after birth. At our Healthy Start Center and Comienzo Sano, PNMC also provides support services for pregnant and parenting women including care coordination, health education, parenting education, mental health services and life skills classes. Click here for more information for Moms & Dads.
PNMC is a valuable resource for health and human service providers. We offer workshops and conferences to enable providers to identify and address both medical and physchosocial perinatal issues. This website also gives providers access to comprehensive and leading information on an ongoing basis. Click here for more health & human services providers information.
…Anita Black: There is no better time to pause during the year than right now; a few weeks after the roll-out of the New Year. It is a great time to re-visit New Year’s resolutions and intended work for the coming year. With the day-to-day demands in our individual, family, community, and organizational lives, it is not always easy to take this pause. However, the moment you do pause…whether as an individual, family, community, or organization… is the moment that...
February is Black Heritage Month and there are events (many are free) scheduled throughout the month. These events include concerts, storytelling, plays, discussions, displays and more. For City of Rochester sponsored events, click here. For University of Rochester sponsored events, click here. Read More
Pregnancy & Flu Don’t Mix: Keep Moms-to-Be Healthy This Season January 21st, 2014 by Siobhan Dolan, M.D. Obstetrician gynecologist and clinical geneticist, Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Montefiore Medical Center Medical Advisor, March of Dimes Author of Healthy Mom, Healthy Baby According to CDC reports, overall flu activity continues to be high. In mid-January, 35 states are reporting widespread flu activity, and 10 flu-related deaths of children have been confirmed. Now that...
The time has come to focus on actions to reduce the rate of infant mortality in Rochester and Monroe County. The Perinatal Network of Monroe County has begun work on the “Building Blocks” needed to lift and support our communities.
The Perinatal Network sponsors many opportunities to learn about perinatal issues and to participate in finding ways to improve the health of babies and their mothers.
The Perinatal Network gives women the support they need to have healthy babies and coordinates the efforts of health and human service providers. You can ensure that we are able to continue this work.