Perinatal Levels of Care Verification Surveys and Resources
By Texas experts. For Texas hospitals.
Texas Perinatal Services is the leading expert in perinatal levels of care verification surveys and resources to help hospitals achieve state designation for maternal and neonatal levels of care in Texas. More Texas hospitals trust us for their maternal and neonatal verification surveys than any other resource. And with good reason. As the only Texas-based source for maternal verification surveys and neonatal surveys, no one matches our team’s experience in Texas neonatal and maternal care units. Learn more.
How We Can Help
Texas Perinatal Services provides trusted information and resources to guide Texas hospitals on perinatal surveys and support.
Texas Perinatal Services’ leadership and survey teams bring decades of combined experience in neonatal, pediatric and maternal healthcare.
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Texas based. Texas experienced.
Understanding the unique challenges of delivering healthcare in a state as large and diverse as Texas is vital to evaluating levels of care.
Texas Perinatal Services believes on-site surveys are optimal to ensure compliance with the standards of care set forth in the Texas Administrative Code (TAC). Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, Texas Perinatal Services has implemented safety precautions to protect surveyors and hospital teams. Texas Perinatal Services always works with each of our hospital partner’s needs and can customize our on-site survey processes to adapt to the unique circumstances for that hospital during this time.
Texas Perinatal Services’ and our surveyors’ top priority is ensuring healthcare quality in our hospitals.
Texas Perinatal Services Welcomes Jessica Phillips
Texas Perinatal Services is pleased to announce Jessica Phillips, MAS, BSN, RNC-OB, C-EFM, C-ONQS, as its new perinatal program director for Texas Perinatal Services.
The start of Jessica’s nursing career began more than 15 years ago in labor and delivery. Since then, Jessica has also worked in childbirth education, quality improvement, and maternal program development and management.
Jessica holds current certifications in inpatient obstetrics, electronic fetal monitoring, and obstetric and neonatal quality and safety. She is an active AWHONN member and is a member of the 2021 AWHONN Emerging Leader cohort.
Jessica’s educational background includes a BSN from the University of Kansas and a MAS in Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality from Johns Hopkins University. Her passions include perinatal quality and safety, supporting healthcare providers involved in difficult workplace events, and improving health care for all Texans.
Jessica can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.