Valley View is recognized as a Maternal and Infant Care Quality Champion by the Colorado Perinatal Care Quality Collaborative (CPCQC). This designation signifies that the hospital has access to the most current data, best practices and resources available and is leading the way for the safest, healthiest outcomes for Colorado’s women and infants.
“At Valley View, quality care is at the core of what we do,” says Ellen Brooks, MD, medical director of pediatrics at Valley View and pediatrician at Valley View’s Pediatric Partners. “We are honored by this award, recognizing the dedication by our incredible team of OBGYNs, pediatricians, midwives, nurses, behavioral health specialists, and more who provide exceptional care to moms and babies every day in our valleys. We look forward to continuing to partner with CPCQC to provide the best care possible for these patients.”
Hospitals designated as Maternal and Infant Care Quality Champions benefit from access to:
- Expert clinical and quality improvement support
- The most current data in infant and maternal health
- Sharing of best practices and innovations with members around the state and nationally
CPCQC is a statewide nonprofit network of clinical teams, experts and stakeholders, including patients and families, working to address gaps in care, spread best practices, reduce variation and optimize resources to improve the health of pregnant and postpartum people, infants, and their families.
Expecting mothers can learn more about childbirth services at Valley View including recent recognitions and awards by visiting vvh.org/FamilyBirthplace.