Perinatal Levels of Care Verification Surveys and Resources
By Texas experts. For Texas hospitals.
Texas Perinatal Services is the leading expert in perinatal levels of care verification surveys and resources to help hospitals achieve state designation for maternal and neonatal levels of care in Texas. More Texas hospitals trust us for their maternal and neonatal verification surveys than any other resource. And with good reason. As the only Texas-based source for maternal verification surveys and neonatal surveys, no one matches our team’s experience in Texas neonatal and maternal care units. Learn more.
How We Can Help
Texas Perinatal Services provides trusted information and resources to guide Texas hospitals on perinatal surveys and support.
Texas Perinatal Services’ leadership and survey teams bring decades of combined experience in neonatal, pediatric and maternal healthcare.
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Texas based. Texas experienced.
Understanding the unique challenges of delivering healthcare in a state as
large and diverse as Texas is vital to evaluating levels of care.
As Texas Perinatal Services continues to monitor COVID-19, the needs of our hospital partners and surveyors are our top priority. Texas Perinatal Services restarted surveys the first week of May on a case-by-case basis. Texas Perinatal Services will be in contact with hospital teams to determine their desires to move forward with the survey or postpone. Originally assigned surveyors may be replaced based on the surveyor availability.
Surveyors will follow and maintain all requested infection control practices and hospital preferred processes. Agenda changes will occur to limit participants during portions of the survey process. We would like to continue to emphasize that as our surveyors maintain an intensified focus on infection control, we ask that our hospital partners disclose their current situations to ensure all parties involved make an informed decision.
Texas Perinatal Services welcomes you to contact us personally to discuss your concerns.
Brenda Putz – Vice President of Operations email@example.com
Carla Rider – Perinatal Program Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathy Clayton – Survey Coordinator email@example.com
For NRP expiration dates in March, April, May, June, or July 2020, the AAP recommends employers and regulatory bodies extend recognition of the NRP card from the initial extension of 60 days granted on March 16, 2020 to 120 days. For more information, please see the Updated Recommendation on Extensions for NRP Instructor & Provider>> More