Improving Women & Children’s Health.
The South Carolina Perinatal Association (SCPA) is a multidisciplinary organization designed to improve the health of Women and Children in South Carolina. We are able to accomplish this goal through advocacy to policy makers and education for healthcare professionals.
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The South Carolina Perinatal Association (SCPA) is a multidisciplinary group of health care providers and consumers dedicated to improving the health status of women, infants and children in South Carolina.
Established in 1977, SCPA strives to improve the health of pregnant women, infants and children through educational activities and collaboration and advocacy with public policy makers. We have a long history of successful partnerships with many organizations on the local, state and national levels that have resulted in positive improvements for women and children in our state.
Have an idea to provide education? We can partner with you to provide continuing education credit. Please Contact Michelle Flanagan, RNC-OB, BSN the Primary Nurse Planner at Michelle.Flanagan@prismahealth.org for information on how we can jointly plan your next continuing education activity.