What Are The Maternal And Child Health Consortia?
The consortia are private non-profit organizations, incorporated under Title 26 of the Internal Revenue Code of the United States Code Section 501(c)(3) and are licensed and regulated by the NJ Department of Health as central service facilities. They include, as members, perinatal and pediatric providers, hospitals, consumers, and community-based agencies, including any group or individual with an interest in health services for families.
What do they do?
The consortia’s primary functions are to provide prevention activities, consumer and professional education, total quality management, data analysis, infant and pediatric follow-up, coordination of perinatal/pediatric transport systems and the development of comprehensive perinatal/pediatric regional plans.
How are they funded?
The consortia receive financial support from all of the hospitals in New Jersey with maternity and/or pediatric services as well as their members.
For more information about the MCH Consortia contact
Reproductive and Perinatal Health Services
NJ Department of Health
PO Box 364
Trenton, NJ 08625-0364
contact the local consortia.
Partnership for Maternal and Child Health of Northern New Jersey
Ilise Zimmerman, Co-Executive Director
50 Park Place, 7th floor
Newark, New Jersey 07102
(973) 242-0285 fax
Central Jersey Family Health Consortium, Inc.
Robyn D’Oria, Executive Director
2 King Arthur Court, Suite B
North Brunswick, NJ 08902
(732) 937-5540 fax
Southern NJ Perinatal Cooperative, Inc.
Judy Donlen, Executive Director
Kevon Office Center, Suite 250
2500 McClellan Avenue
Pennsauken, New Jersey 08109-4613
(856) 665-7711 fax