St. Luke’s Birthing Center Earns Perfect Score on Maternity Practices in Infant Nutrition & Care Survey
St. Luke’s Birthing Center is honored to have received a perfect score of 100 on its most recent 2018 Maternity Practices in Infant Nutrition and Care Survey (mPINC).
This national survey reviews hospitals in the United States that provide maternity services. Hospitals are scored on aspects of newborn feeding practices like immediate postpartum care, education, discharge support and institutional management. The survey is used to help healthcare organizations improve their care practices and policies to better support maternity patients.
“We couldn’t be prouder of earning this score,” Director of Women’s & Children’s Services Lori Swanson said. “Our staff and providers in the Birthing Center are dedicated to the health of moms and their newborns, and this distinction is a reflection of all of their hard work and efforts to get families off to the best start possible.”