Despite rankings, state making progress in care for moms and babies, report says Despite rankings, state making progress in care for moms and babies, report says
Georgia continues to rank among the states with the highest rates of maternal mortality, low birth rate, preterm birth and infant mortality. The findings are... Despite rankings, state making progress in care for moms and babies, report says

Georgia continues to rank among the states with the highest rates of maternal mortality, low birth rate, preterm birth and infant mortality. The findings are part of a report released Thursday by Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Georgia. Despite the low rankings in several key categories, Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition of Georgia executive director Elise Blasingame does see progress being made.

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