A coalition of Milwaukee organizations has been awarded a $5 million, five-year grant to implement a Milwaukee County Healthy Start Program that will support maternal-child health for African American women.
Watch this touching video to see the journey Ollie and his family have gone on these last few months.
Amy McLain’s pregnancy was sailing along smoothly when she experienced every expectant mom’s biggest fear. Her 30-week ultrasound showed a problem — her baby’s brain was bleeding.
Nineteen-month-old Jax Schmalzriedt spent 561 days at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin before being discharged.
For women who wish to breastfeed and are able, breastfeeding can be one of the most wonderful experiences a mom can have. But as natural as breastfeeding is, it does not always come easily to a new mom or baby.
As a nurse at Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin for the past 18 years, I’ve had the honor of helping to care for babies and moms before birth at our Fetal Concerns Center. Our team provides comprehensive, collaborative care for mothers.
Moms-to-be can now get more information than ever before about their babies before they are born — and even before they become pregnant.
Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin announced today that it is opening a new state-of-the-art space for the Fetal Concerns Center in May. The 7,337-square-foot center located adjacent to the Herma Heart Institute will better accommodate the innovation, growth and success of the nationally leading program.