Rural & Regional Maternity Services
Rural and regional maternity services face unique challenges in providing sustainable maternity care for women in their community.
This network was created to support rural and regional services in delivering safe maternity care for women.
Chair: Merridee Seiboth (Loxton Hospital SA) & Anne Bousfield (South West Hospital & Health Service QLD)
Who is it for?
Managers and clinical leaders from rural and regional maternity services interested in sharing challenges, resources, and innovations to enable high-quality maternity care closer to home.
- MGP foster sustainability of Ceduna Birthing Service – implementing MGP can foster the sustainability of rural regional birthing services
- Maternity Connect Program – Upskilling rural and regional midwives to provide maternity care closer to home
- DJÄKAMIRR, Caretaker of Pregnancy and Birth – piloting the training of a community-based cohort of Djäkamirr, Yolŋu First Nations doulas, who partner with pregnant Yolŋu women throughout pregnancy and birth in hospital
Online Members Community
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All staff of member hospitals have access to this network and the resources within.
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