Angel Eye Camera System
The Angel Eye Camera System includes a camera and one-way speaker, which is placed at the baby’s bedside while hospitalized in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).Learn more
The High Risk Pregnancy Program provides breastfeeding education for providers and mothers through leadership, participation with various outreach efforts, and education modules.
The Breastfeeding Helpline is answered 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Breastfeeding and expectant mothers, health professionals and the general public can ask questions about breastfeeding problems, medications and other breastfeeding issues. The helpline is offered through the Arkansas Department of Health.
Cord blood cells can be used to treat dozens of diseases. Learn about options available for cord blood after the birth of a baby.
Following Baby Back Home (FBBH) – Home Visiting Section of UAMS Kids First
FBBH provides home visiting and care management services for families of high-risk infants following their discharge from the NICU.
Nutrition Education for Diabetes in Pregnancy
The High Risk Pregnancy Program provides diabetes care for pregnant women throughout the state of Arkansas, including Web-Based Instruction on Nutrition (WIN).
Learn more about safe sleep and how to create a safe sleep environment for your baby.
Brief census rounds conducted with participating delivering hospitals to help facilitate transports and back transports.
Free, public health texting service that provides pregnant women and moms with babies under one with three health and safety text messages each week timed to her due date or baby’s age.
Video Tour of UAMS Labor and Delivery
Take a full tour or customize by choosing from the hospital, labor and delivery, postpartum and resuscitation areas.
Women’s Health on PatientsLearn.org
PatientsLearn.org is a free site devoted to helping patients learn how to manage their illnesses and conditions. Modules are continuously being developed to increase access and provide current information for patients at UAMS and elsewhere.
The Women’s Mental Health Program partners with perinatal care providers throughout Arkansas to provide high-quality care for women with neuropsychiatric disorders. Consultations are provided in person or over telemedicine.