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Welcome to Maternal Child Health (MCH)!NewbornBaby.jpgmagee_small.jpgMomandNewborn.jpg

We at Memorial Hospital specialize in providing culturally competent, high quality healthcare to all women, especially underserved women.

Click here for Fellowship information!

About MCH at Memorial/Brown:

  • Just under 500 deliveries this year and growing
  • High risk underserved patient population (with complications such as hypertension, pre-eclampsia, gestational diabetes), etc.
  • Unopposed program (no obstetrics or pediatric residents)
  • Residents learn to perform general OB ultrasound, amniotic fluid index & biophysical profiles independently
  • Residents are first call for deliveries, resuscitations & sick newborn evaluations, etc.
  • Assist on c-sections
  • Collegial, supportive relationship with the Department of Obstetrics at Memorial and
    Women and Infants


  • 3 blocks of 4 weeks each
  • Intermittent night call coverage
  • Medical student elective/sub-internship exhibiting the family medicine model of obstetrics
    and neonatal care.
  • Innovative learning opportunities (simulated obstetrical and neonatal emergencies,
    web modules), etc.
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MCH Fellowship Program:

  • One or two year positions available
  • Three sites: two community based, the other tertiary care center based
  • Opportunity to improve high risk obstetrical and neonatal skills (including c-section skills)
  • Opportunity for faculty development activities
  • Opportunity to earn an MSc or MPH degree from Brown University

Once again, welcome to MCH, and do not hesitate to contact Susanna Magee, MD MPH (Director of MCH) with any questions regarding MCH care or education at Memorial Hospital!


Susanna R. Magee, M.D., M.P.H.
Director, Maternal Child Health Fellowship
Department of Family Medicine
111 Brewster Street, Pawtucket RI 02860
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