The FY23 Rural Maternity Obstetrics Management Strategies Program Has Begun

Nearly $2 Million in grant funding was awarded to two rural health networks in Mississippi and New Hampshire through the FORHP-supported Rural Maternity Obstetrics Management Strategies (RMOMS) Program.  The awarded projects are designed to increase access to maternal and obstetrics care and are a part of a federal investment through the Department of Health & Human Services totaling nearly $90 Million to Address Maternal Health Crisis across the Nation in awards to support the White House Blueprint for Addressing the Maternal Health Crisis, a whole-of-government strategy to combat maternal mortality and improve maternal and infant health, particularly in underserved communities.