We work to improve perinatal health outcomes for women, infants, and their families through professional and consumer education, quality improvement, and multidisciplinary system building.
WAPC is an individual membership association of professionals working in perinatal health throughout the state of Wisconsin and nationally.
In 1970, a multidisciplinary group of perinatal care providers formed the Wisconsin Association for Perinatal Care. WAPC was organized for the purpose of promoting perinatal health to all mothers and infants in Wisconsin. The original objectives of WAPC were to organize perinatal centers around the state; educate staff providing services within these centers; and, educate staff in outlying hospitals about how to stabilize, treat, and refer perinatal patients...Read More
Wisconsin Perinatal Quality Collaborative
The Wisconsin Perinatal Quality Collaborative (WisPQC) supports perinatal quality improvement initiatives to improve perinatal outcomes.Learn More
The Perinatal Foundation was established in 1985 as a way to fund priorities that support excellence in perinatal health care. We’re proud to support organizations that share our desire to better the lives of moms, babies, and families in Wisconsin.Learn More