In this Members in Action podcast, Aisha Syeda, program manager at the AHA, speaks with Nicole Lamborne, M.D., vice president of clinical operations for women’s services at Virtua Health in southern New Jersey, who shares how the health system identified gaps in maternal care and invested in laborists, nurses and evidence-based practices to lower C-section, hypertension, hemorrhage and sepsis rates. Listen here.


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