Medical professionals in pro-life centers now provide prenatal care and abortion pill reversals. The doctors and other medical professionals have extensive knowledge when it comes to natural family planning. They can also treat infertility. Clinics like Tepeyac OB-GYN located in Fairfax not only offer gynecological services but also provide the needed financial assistance to the patients who require them. These clinics, although diverse, have a common life positive vision as their philosophical core.
Dr. John Bruchalski, the Tepeyac OB-GYN founder, said that the concept of bringing in one place pockets of excellent care under common standard has always been a dream. The pro-life movement needs that dream to be fructified. Bruchalski is also the owner of Divine Mercy Care. The latter is the fund-raising and education side of this practice.
The yearly March for Life saw medical professionals from all over the United States flock to Washington. The gathering announced the creation of the Pro-Women's Healthcare Centers, colloquially to be known as PWHC. This will be a consortium of medical centers. These centers will adhere to a value and standard set. The mission is to offer patients high-quality, exhaustive, convenient, and compassionate medical services. The patients will also have complete access to the social services.
Reassuring care services
Each medical center under the pro-life fold can keep the name, business model, and mission. The certification, however, will be done by this consortium. According to Chaney Mullins, the PWHC operations manager, and development coordinator, Divine Mercy Care, the label is akin to an approval seal. The headquarters of the consortium will be in Fairfax, Virginia. There is a lengthy list attached to Pro-Women's Healthcare Centers. The list blends a few medical needs with a number of supportive measures which takes care of women much beyond the medical requirements.
A few examples of these kinds of requirements include that all the consortium's healthcare centers should be capable to refer the women directly to the adoption services and mental health counseling. Patients must also have access to material goods like food and clothing. The PWHC centers must also be open to receive patients for fixed times on almost all days and offer help to pregnant women who need it. The environment inside these clinics must also be welcoming and beautiful. The centers must also do a depression screening and a lactation follow up for the post-partum women.