COVID-19 Message to our Members and Partners:
Thank you to all the medical professionals who have and are continuing to work through personal hardship and risk to care for the people of our state.
Please know that all of our programs continue to operate and provide full, uninterrupted support to you, our members and partners. We know that the attention of many of you is focused on urgent matters related to this healthcare crisis and we will continue to support you in any way we can.
Should you have questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to Contact Us directly by phone or email at any time – and below on the page are links to several healthcare professional and patient COVID-19 resources and protocols which we hope are helpful.
COVID-19 Resources and Protocols
As our members work to control the COVID-19 outbreak and respond to the increasing needs on our healthcare system, we are providing some links to various resources and will update this site as new information becomes available.
Additionally, please contact us if you need extra assitance with OB COAP reporting needs during this time of strained resources.
UW School of Nursing COVID 19 Study on the experiences of care for both pregnant people and nurses working in OB. Contact Molly Altman (PI) for more information. Text: 206.949.9156; email: email@example.com
Patient-Centered Care for Pregnant Patients during the COVID-19 Pandemic : Joint position paper from ACOG, AAFP, ACNM, SMFM
PRIORITY REGISTRYis a nationwide registry being run out of UCSF for pregnant and postpartum women with suspected COVID-19 or confirmed diagnosis. Click here toRefer a Patient, or call/text 415-754-3749, or email atPRIORITYCOVID19@ucsf.edu(any language spoken). Patients can also enroll themselvesFor Patients: Enroll in PRIORITY.
The Maternal Coalition COVID-19 Resources: information for pregnant persons on current hospital protocols for birth and links to community services.
Baby Center: for patient education and information related to COVID-19 and pregnancy (which has been vetted and reviewed by the Society of Maternal Fetal Medicine)
Washington Healthcare Forum COVID-19 Work Group: view consensus positions, Q&A materials and references generated and gathered by the Washignton Healthcare Forum COVID-19 Work Group.