Brooklyn Perinatal Network

Phone: 718 643-8258

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www.bpnetwork.org

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Brooklyn Perinatal Network
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Phone
718 643-8258
Email
Email business
Website
www.bpnetwork.org
Address
76 Nevins Street, Brooklyn NY, 11217
 

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Brooklyn Perinatal Network was established in 1988 from a community task force to address high infant mortality. Our purpose is to prevent and reduce infant/maternal illness and death, which for several years have been excessively high in our communities. By enabling at-risk residents to access vital information, coordinate care, supportive health and social supportive services and assisting families to secure public health benefits and resources needed to maintain health. We have seen a significant reduction in infant death and improved maternal and child health status

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    Brooklyn Perinatal Network was established in 1988 from a community task force to address high infant mortality. Our purpose is to prevent and reduce infant/maternal illness and death, which for several years have been excessively high in our communities. By enabling at-risk residents to access vital information, coordinate care, supportive health and social supportive services and assisting families to secure public health benefits and resources needed to maintain health. We have seen a significant reduction in infant death and improved maternal and child health status

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