Friday, April 30, 2010

Resolve Hospital in Ghana

In the most recent issue of the CAPPA Quarterly, I read an article about a midwife/childbirth educator at a small private hospital in Ghana, Africa. She founded it last year with her husband who is an OB/GYN. The hospital has 6 beds and is an alternative to the not-very-women-friendly care provided by government hospitals in Ghana. You can read more about the hospital on the Resolve website.

From scanning over the website, it seems like a more "medical model" than I personally prefer, but still a very interesting alternative model of care!

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