News & Media
Welcome to Maternity Care Services where you can read helpful news that will benefit and educate your prenatal and post birth experience, visit websites that are listed below that can help answer questions you may have and view our media to find out the latest announcements about maternity services and physicians at Crozer-Keystone Health System.
Crozer-Keystone Physicians and Midwives Deliver Guidance on Preventing Birth Defects
Prematurity Awareness Month: Promoting a Healthy Start
Special Deliveries: "CKHS Moms" Share their Stories
Celebrating 15 years with the Crozer-Keystone Health Network
National Midwifery Week: A peek at the many remedies for labor pain
Crozer Recognized for Being a Leader in Newborn Care
National Birth Defects Prevention Month: Health Tips for Moms-to-Be
Crozer Welcomes Delaware County’s First Baby of 2013
Center for Perinatal Medicine Receives Accreditation
Welcome Your Baby into the World with the Family Centered Maternity Care Model
Family-Centered Maternity Care Model Introduced at Crozer
One Born Every Minute: A New Contest for CKHS Moms and Babies
Midwives of Delaware County: Putting Patients at Ease
Crozer-Keystone Maternity Care: Traditions in Their Words
CKHS Maternity Care Traditions in Their Words
Services for Pregnant and Postpartum Women
Useful Internet Links
This list of online resources is not intended to substitute or replace the professional medical advice you receive from your physician. The content provided here is for informational purposes only, and was not designed to diagnose or treat a health problem or disease. Please consult your physician with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your condition.
The Dangers of Bed Sharing: Keep Your Infant(s) Safe
What is Bed Sharing?
Bed sharing, also known as co-sleeping, is the practice of letting infants sleep in the bed of a parent or caregiver. Although thought to help establish parent-child bonding and with breastfeeding, bed sharing can be dangerous. Sharing a bed with your infant will raise the risks of suffocation, S.I.D.S. (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), and other injuries or accidents. The risk of co-sleeping outweigh the benefits. Learn more information.