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Upcoming Events

Services Overview

The MCCPOP is a program of the California Maternal Quality Care Collaborative (CMQCC), located at Stanford University School of Medicine, Division of Neonatal and Developmental Medicine. Our MCCPOP faculty leaders include neonatologists and maternal fetal medicine specialists who consult on perinatal clinical care questions and provide education on current standards of care for mothers, birthing people, and newborns. These leaders partner with CPQCC as well as other physician specialists at Stanford Medicine to provide a full spectrum of expertise, supporting high quality care before, during, and post pregnancy. In addition, MCCPOP offers timely continuing education courses for nurses, nurse practitioners, nurse midwives, physicians, and other health care professionals, via an eLearning platform. Included in all of our educational programs and offerings are the following core values, as we strive to improve birth outcomes for pregnant women and their infants:

  • Evidence-based clinical practice integrating research and national standards into bedside practice

  • Equitable healthcare

  • Multidisciplinary team training

  • Family-centered care

  • Patient safety

  • Use of technology to enhance educational programs and maintain connections with community providers

Programs and Activities

  • Educational seminars

  • Perinatal Potpourri: Advances in Care,  Annual Conference

  • For contracted hospitals in the Mid-Coastal California Region: morbidity & mortality conferences, peer reviews, nursing education and CPQCC data reviews

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Population Served

The Mid-Coastal California Region (RPPC) includes the counties of Monterey, San Benito, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz and San Luis Obispo. The region extends along the California Central Coast for approximately 300 miles and includes urban, suburban and rural areas, as well as being socio-economically and ethnically diverse.

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