Advocating for Maternal Health

A Message from Ilise Zimmerman, President and CEO. Today, January 23, is New Jersey Maternal Health Awareness Day. It is an important day to recognize that any woman can face risks to her health during pregnancy and delivery. These risks include medical issues like high blood pressure, gestational diabetes, and excessive blood loss as well […] Read More »

Lead & Toys: What You Should Know

Keep your loved ones safe this holiday season! Learn more about the hidden danger of lead poisoning and how to prevent it. With the holidays approaching, December brings a surge in sales of toys. Although this is a fun and exciting time of year, it’s important to be cautious about the products we buy, as […] Read More »

Convening Leaders to Prioritize Maternal Safety

This is a guest post from Andrew F. Rubenstein, MD, FACOG, Chair, Total Quality Improvement Committee, Partnership for Maternal and Child Health. I am honored to co-chair the 2nd Annual Maternal Health & Perinatal Safety Symposium scheduled for November 1 at the Clinton Inn in Tenafly. Having a baby is a life-changing experience. Maternity care […] Read More »

In Celebration of Earth Day: April 22

Reduce, Reuse, Recycle! In observance of  Earth Day on April 22, we are encouraging everyone to participate in ways to continue protecting the earth. Read More »

Influenza: 5 Things to Know

The flu vaccine is the most effective way to prevent the spread of influenza. The vaccine is fully covered by most insurance carriers and is often offered at local health departments and “Vaccines for Children” sites at no cost. Protect yourself and your community. Read More »

Why Mental Health Matters

As a maternal-child health nonprofit organization, The Partnership’s primary focus is to assist mothers and their families access health services to improve the quality of their lives. Good health is often defined as a combination of physical, mental and social well-being. For new moms, we recognize the challenges of parenting and some of the issues […] Read More »

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