CHPRSL PROVIDES SEED FUNDING FOR SPECIALISED PERINTAL LOSS CLINIC
CHPRSL has become RPA Women and Babies’ principal partner in establishing the first clinic in NSW to provide an integrated support system for families who have experienced pregnancy and infant loss - iSAIL Clinic.
The Club has provided seed funding to establish the highly specialised perinatal loss clinic.
The clinic will provide an integrated support system for families who have experienced pregnancy and infant loss. It will be a multidisciplinary best practice service to facilitate management, care, support and education to bereaved families.
The iSAIL Clinic will be established with a part-time clinic manager and a specialised bereavement counsellor. Ongoing support and information will be provided to families as will staff education and support.
The clinic’s location is yet to be finalised, however it will be in an appropriate setting away from the general antenatal clinics at RPA Hospital.
Pictured: Paul Kougias and Dean Thomas from CHPRSL with Nick Evans, Ingrid Rieger, Diana Bond and Adrienne Gordon from RPA Newborn Care and Robert Ogle – Director, Women and Babies