Champions & Partners
Champion Hospitals And Participation
Each hospital in the state of Colorado with an obstetric and/or newborn service is entitled to join the collaborative. Additional members are selected by the Collaborative from partner organizations.
In 2017, CPCQC received contributions from 60% of the birthing hospitals in Colorado representing 48,672 live births in 2016. Vital statistics data is provided by the Colorado Department of Health and Environment.
CPCQC members represent basic, intermediate, and intensive perinatal care centers in urban and rural settings. Any interested persons are invited and encouraged to attend meetings and to participate fully in activities of the collaborative.
Individual Members Including...
- Childbirth Educators
- Family Practitioners
- Nurse Practitioners
- Social Workers
- Public Health Professionals & Students
PARTNERS & ADVISORY ORGANIZATIONS
These organizations contribute to the development and sustainability of the collaborative by providing a wide range of resources including but not limited to clinical guidelines and tools, data, funding opportunities and meeting space.