Kansas Centers of Excellence

Congratulations to the following birth centers for achieving the Center of Excellence in Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome Education Designation

AdventHealth Ottawa: 15 participants
Allen County Regional Medical Center:
10 participants
Citizens Medical Center: 3 participants
Community Memorial Healthcare, Marysville: 2 participants
Community Healthcare System of NE Kansas, Onaga: 14 participants
Geary County Hospital: 15 participants
Hiawatha Community Hospital: 29 participants
Kansas Midwives Alliance: 11 participants
Kearny County Hospital: 12 participants
Labette Health: 11 participants
Menorah Medical Center: 19 participants
Nemaha Valley Community Hospital: 31 participants
Newman Regional Health: 18 participants
Neosho Memorial Regional Medical Center: 14 participants
Overland Park Regional Medical Center: ​
Rooks County Hospital:  16 participants
Shawnee Mission Medical Center: 210 participants
Stormont Vail Health: 167 participants
University of Kansas Health System: 163 participants
University of Kansas Health System – St. Francis: 49 participants
Via Christi Hospital, Manhattan: 13 participants
Via Christi Hospital, St. Joseph: 25 participants
Wesley Medical Center: 224 participants
Western Plains Medical Center: 10 participants

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