Colleton Medical Center is pleased to announce a new coffee and conversation series, CMC3 - Coffee, Conversation, Connect to Care.

The series will tackle a different topic each month beginning with Black Maternal Health on Thursday, April 13. Why, Black Maternal Health? Because the sad reality is black women are nearly 3X more likely to die from pregnancy-related complications. This alarming statistic is what led to the creation of the free CMC3 series. These sessions are intended to be open two-way conversations about crucial topics with healthcare providers.

CMC3 - Black Maternal Health

Connect with Colleton Medical Center's award-winning labor and delivery team for coffee and conversation about black maternal health.

Topics of discussion will include, but not be limited to:

  • Urgent maternal warning signs
  • Managing conditions that may arise in pregnancy such as diabetes, depression, and hypertension
  • Prenatal and postpartum care
  • Social factors influencing maternal health

Coffee and conversation will begin at 5:30 pm on Thursday, April 13, in the Private Dining Room at Colleton Medical Center, located at 501 Robertson Blvd, Walterboro, SC 29488.

All are welcome. Registration is appreciated.