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Northern Maternal
Child Network

Local Gap Analysis & Planning

Execute Improvements to Care

Connect & Coordinate Providers

Provide Input to Provincial Entities

What we provide

The Northern Maternal Child Network (NMCN) aims to create an integrated system of care by transforming the delivery of care, and outcomes, across the maternal-child health continuum of the Northern Region. _


Connected & Informed

The NMCN is connected and informed at regional and provincial levels with strong relationships with the Ministry of Health (MOH), Ontario Health, Provincial Council for Maternal and Child Health (PCMCH),
Better Outcomes Registry and Network (BORN), regional networks, hospitals, health service providers, community partners, patients and families.


Resources & Guidelines

The NMCN has developed an inventory of resources and evidence-based guidelines to support maternal, newborn, and pediatric care. The NMCN seeks to facilitate collaborative implementation of guidelines across the region.


Education & Events

The NMCN is dedicated to ensuring Northern stakeholders are aware of upcoming educational opportunities and events. Check our events calendar regularly.

Land Acknowledgement

The Northern Maternal Child Network recognizes that its work, and the work if its community partners takes place on traditional Indigenous territories. We are thankful to be able to work and live in these territories. We recognize the contributions that the First Nations, Metis, and Inuit people make in shaping and strengthening the region, province, and country. The NMCN is honoured to collaborate with Indigenous clients, partners, and communities.


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With so much misinformation circulating online about gender-affirming care, CTVNews-NorthernOntario took a look at what experts have to say.


February is Black History Month

This month, purposefully share and explore content related to Black history and Black excellence in our field.


Advances in Labour and Risk Management (ALARM) is Coming to Sault Ste. Marie!

ALARM course arose out of our work to improve the care provided to women, babies, and families during pregnancy, labour, and postpartum.


New Network: The Northern Ontario Simulation Network

The Northern Ontario Simulation Network aims to establish an open platform for collaboration on healthcare simulation.



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