Pregnant? We Have an App for That!
“Expectant moms usually have a lot of questions as they plan the
arrival of their little one,” said Jackie Miller, Administrator of
CVMC’s Center for Women and Children. “Whether it be knowing how to take care of themselves or preparing
for their new baby, the uncertainty brings a little bit of expected nervousness.”
Well moms, now there’s an app for that. CVMC worked with the developers
of iBirth to create a custom app that gives moms
what to expect when you’re expecting – style information directly on their smart phone. The best part?
According to Jackie the app will keep you updated from early pregnancy
through your baby’s first birthday. “It automatically sends
you weekly alerts according to your pregnancy stage, but you can also
check it daily for other important health information from our staff and
top pregnancy experts,” explains Jackie.
CVMC’s iBirth App also offers:
- A Preparing for Birth Checklist
- Trackers so you can monitor fetal kicks, pregnancy weight gain, labor contractions,
and your newborn’s weight, sleep and feeding habits, which you can
then share with your provider
- Instructional videos
- Information on Maternal-Child Education classes and support groups
- Breastfeeding Tips
- Nutritional Information
Through the app, moms will have access to everything they’ll need
to know about having a baby at CVMC. This includes information like what’s
The POD (CVMC’s Maternal-Child Education Center), delivery day admissions
and visitation policies, birthing center amenities, virtual tours and more.
“Our priority is to make your birth experience the most fulfilling
possible,” says Jackie. “We’re here to provide medical
advice and reassuring support throughout this most important time in your
life and feel this app is a perfect extension to our services.”
CVMC’s iBirth App is available for
Android phones and
tablets! Search “iBirth” in your app store. After downloading the
app, unlock our unique content with our password: CVMC.
Are you a patient at
A Woman’s View or
Catawba Women’s Center? There’s a unique code specifically for you! Ask your provider for
their code at your next appointment.
CVMC offers many resources to help you prepare for the birth of your baby.
Our prenatal and baby-care classes are held in convenient locations and
led by certified instructors.
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are intended solely for the general information of the user. It is not
to be used for treatment purposes. The information presented here is not
intended to diagnose health problems or to take the place of professional
medical care. The information contained herein is neither intended to
dictate what constitutes reasonable, appropriate or best care for any
given health issue, nor is it intended to be used as a substitute for
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should remember that a major limitation of information available from
resources like ‘iBirth’ is that it does not take into account
the unique circumstances that define the health issues of the user. If
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