Many rural hospitals have been challenged with maintaining obstetric services but are now partnering with others to improve birth outcomes for mothers and babies.

In this podcast highlighting successful maternal and child health efforts, care team members from Kearny County Hospital in Lakin, Kan., discuss the importance of a growing OB unit and the impact of Kearny County’s Pioneer Baby program.

Listen here.

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