Alternative Birthing Center
Offering low-risk mothers and their families a homelike childbirth experience with access to full hospital facilities and staff.
Boarder Babies Program
Newborns, awaiting placement into foster homes and kept in the hospital longer than usual, are given special care that makes a big difference in their early development.
Brown Center for the Study of Children at Risk
Providing clinical services, research and training to help families with parenting concerns during infancy and early childhood.
Complementing Care, Program in Women's Oncology
These support programs offer immeasurable comfort to patients fighting cancer. Patients can take advantage of a wide array of services, such as therapeutic massage, reflexology, nutrition, meditation, art therapy, aroma therapy, acupuncture or pet visitations. Social services, volunteer services and support groups for patients and families are integrated throughout the program.
This "traveling" Family Van brings accessible and culturally appropriate education, prevention, screenings and health outreach services to those living in disadvantaged urban communities.
Infant Hearing Assessment
Providing detection and treatment of hearing deficiencies in newborn infants enhancing potential for normal development.
Recognizing the impact on children whose newborn sibling is in the intensive care nursery, this program is able to provide important support to give brothers and sisters a better understanding of the experience.
Prenatal Diagnosis Center
Meeting the needs of women recommended for genetic counseling, prenatal screening or diagnostic testing.
Program in Women's Oncology
Offering expanded services in treating cancers in women and including a world class program in breast health.
This program offers critical support to women overcoming drug addictions who, along with their children, need regular medical care as well.
Reproductive Medicine & Infertility
Offering services for infertility, menopause, hormonal conditions, endometriosis and female reproductive abnormalities.
Special Care Nursery
One of the nation's leading Neonatal Intensive Care Units, providing medical expertise & compassionate care to our highest-risk babies.
We also welcome gifts that are unrestricted and can be used at the hospital's discretion where most needed. Donors often make their gifts in memory of or in honor of a special person.
Providing treatment for urinary incontinence, often restoring hope and dignity as well as physical function, while breaking down barriers and myths surrounding this often debilitating but treatable condition.
This service gives new parents quick, free telephone access to professional support during those early days when baby goes home and questions arise. Help is provided by Women & Infants' professional nurses.
Please note that Women & Infants is tax-exempt under section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and that all gifts are tax-deductible to the extent provided by law and that all information regarding your giving is strictly confidential. In addition, to ensure the privacy of all our donors, Women & Infants Hospital never shares, sells or exchanges its donor list with any organization or individual in compliance with federal law.
Karen DaviePresident, Women & Infants Development Foundation
Senior Vice President for Philanthropy & Governance, Care New England
Women & Infants Hospital
101 Dudley Street
Providence, RI 02905
Phone: 401-274-1122 x42020
Email Karen Davie