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Home Centering Pregnancy participants complete paperwork before learning about prenatal nutrition during their initial centering session at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Oct. 25. Centering is a prenatal care model that brings pregnant women together in healthcare groups of eight to 12 women, for 10, two hour-sessions to share in their pregnancy journey, guided by their healthcare team. (Maria Yager, Department of Defense) Centering Pregnancy participants complete paperwork before learning about prenatal nutrition during their initial centering session at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Oct. 25. Centering is a prenatal care model that brings pregnant women together in healthcare groups of eight to 12 women, for 10, two hour-sessions to share in their pregnancy journey, guided by their healthcare team. (Maria Yager, Department of Defense)

Centering Pregnancy participants complete paperwork before learning about prenatal nutrition during their initial centering session at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Oct. 25. Centering is a prenatal care model that brings pregnant women together in healthcare groups of eight to 12 women, for 10, two hour-sessions to share in their pregnancy journey, guided by their healthcare team. (Maria Yager, Department of Defense)

Centering Pregnancy participants complete paperwork before learning about prenatal nutrition during their initial centering session at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Oct. 25. Centering is a prenatal care model that brings pregnant women together in healthcare groups of eight to 12 women, for 10, two hour-sessions to share in their pregnancy journey, guided by their healthcare team. (Maria Yager, Department of Defense)

Centering Pregnancy participants complete paperwork before learning about prenatal nutrition during their initial centering session at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Oct. 25. Centering is a prenatal care model that brings pregnant women together in healthcare groups of eight to 12 women, for 10, two hour-sessions to share in their pregnancy journey, guided by their healthcare team. (Maria Yager, Department of Defense)

Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Certified Nurse Midwife Jessica Chance gives a special onesie to each baby she helps deliver on Fort Campbell. A certified nurse midwife is an advanced practice nurse specially trained to provide prenatal care, deliver babies and provide postpartum care for patients with low-risk pregnancies. (Maria Yager, Department of Defense)
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital labor and delivery nurses use a computer controlled simulator to practice treating a newborn infant with poor oxygen levels. The exercise helps care teams maintain proficiency in skills used to respond to complex obstetric emergencies. Blanchfield was recently named one of the best hospitals for maternity care across the United States. (Maria Yager, Department of Defense)