Maternal Child Infant Nursing (MCIN)
During your pregnancy there are incredible changes both in the mother and the fetus. At the end of your nine months, labor (contractions of the uterus) will finally start, signaling the pending birth of your baby. Many women fear the prospect of delivering their child. Part of this fear may be attributed to the unknown, especially in first pregnancies. The information provided on this site is meant to ease your anxiety and hopefully provoke more questions for you to ask your prenatal provider.
In the care of you and your baby there are three different departments working together; Obstetrics & Gynecology Department
, Family Medicine Department,
and the Maternal Child Infant Nursing (MCIN) Department. Our collaborative goal is for you to have the most extraordinary birthing experience and to promote a healthy and family centered start for your new family whether this is your first child or your tenth!
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, including a wealth of information regarding what you are about to experience as well as details specific to NMCCL services.