Perinatal Comfort Care Program
If you have a prenatal diagnosis that indicates your baby may die before or soon after birth, we offer our deepest condolences. The Perinatal Comfort Care team is here to be of support to you and your family through this difficult time. We are dedicated to embracing parents who have made the decision to continue their pregnancy and wish to spend every precious moment with their baby.
Meet the Perinatal Comfort Care Team Program
- Clinical Social Worker
- The PCC Nurse
- Music Therapist
Hope the Healing Cub
Find out how you can support the Perinatal Comfort Care program through our Hope the Healing Cub program
Infant and Pregnancy Loss Resources
No one should feel they have to walk this journey alone. Here are some resources available to you and your loved ones:
Perinatal Comfort Care in the NewsThe St. Joseph Hospital Perinatal Comfort Care Program has gained local and national attention for groundbreaking approaches aiding patients and families through a difficult time. Here are some recent news features:
Holly Rossiter and her family sought the help of a perinatal hospice program to help her deliver her baby, Aubrielle, who was diagnosed in utero with a terminal illness. Holly recounts the journey with nurse Debra Bolton and how it forever changed her.
Orange County Register
For more information please contact Debra Bolton, BSN, RNC,CPLC at 714-712-9559 or email her at: Debra.Bolton@stjoe.org