Being laid off from a job is stressful, especially if this means change to your health insurance. It's always best to try to get on your spouse's plan if they are employed. If this is not an option, t...Read More
1. Keep your options open
There are several health benefit plans. Look at the one offered by your employer. You can find out more information from your employer's human resource office, the health pl...Read More
1. Check your facts
You need to have thorough documentation of the health care you received. You need to know all details of your health insurance plan. It important to know what exactly is covered i...Read More
Date Posted: 2017-06-15
Midwives work with medical staff to support childbearing women and their families. They help to provide antenatal and postnatal advice through monitoring pregnant women with screening tests and recording patient samples. They help to provide emotional and psychological support to families in circumstances like miscarriage, stillbirth or termination. They administer both medications and injections during labour and perform other treatments when directed by other medical specialists.