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Prenatal Home Care Program

The Prenatal Home Care Program (PHC)

The Prenatal Home Care Program (PHC) is a safe alternative to hospital care for women experiencing complications of pregnancy.  The PHC will focus specifically on the following complications; high blood pressure, preterm labour, and premature preterm rupture of membranes (PPROM). To be eligible for this service you need to meet specific criteria including: a referral by a health care practitioner who has admitting privileges at the Royal University Hospital for the Antepartum Unit; and live or have temporary accommodation within 30 minutes of the Royal University Hospital.

Our goal is for a safe pregnancy and healthy outcome for you and your baby, with this in mind the PHC nurses have extensive training and many years of experience.

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What is expected during a Home visit from your Prenatal Home Care nurse

 

What is expected from ME as a client in the PHC program?

  

How do I get help?

Referral Guidelines

 

Last Modified: Friday, January 26, 2018 |
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