This webpage is a collaboration between the KEMH Women & Newborn Health Library and the KEMH Parent Education Department.
WA Country Health Service - Foundations of birth video series
With the COVID-19 pandemic changing the way healthcare providers approach the delivery of services, the WA Country Health Service (WACHS) has developed a range of resources for women and their partners on childbirth, breastfeeding and early parenting education.
With the COVID pandemic we have postponed our childbirth and parenting classes at KEMH. Please see videos below. Speak to your midwife in clinics for questions specific to KEMH.
See below for pre-recorded classes that are part of the 'Foundations of Birth Series' produced by WA Country Health Service (WACHS).
WA Country Health Service (2020) 56:30
KEMH continues to lead the way in caring for pregnant WA women with those attending our antenatal clinics being offered COVID-19 vaccine as part of their appointment.
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