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Public Health Spotlight: Regional Perinatal Centers

 

What do you know about Georgia’s Regional Perinatal Centers? They can be a vital resource for primary care providers and family physicians providing care to pregnant women. Currently there are six Regional Perinatal Centers (RPC) located across the State of Georgia. The map and links to the centers are below. These are specially qualified hospitals designated to provide the most advanced care for high-risk mothers and infants.

Regional Perinatal Centers provide a number of services including the following:

  • Comprehensive perinatal health care for pregnant women, their fetuses and infants of all risk categories
  • Medical consultation
  • Assistance with transport/transfers of high-risk mothers and infants
  • Outreach education to providers and staff of hospitals within each specific region

Albany
 Albany, Georgia 31701
 Columbus
 Columbus, GA 31901
 Atlanta
 Grady Health System
 Atlanta, GA 30303 ·
 Macon
 Macon, GA 31201
 Augusta
 Augusta, GA 30912
 Savannah
 Savannah, GA 31404