Flashcards in Models of Care Deck (11):
Private Maternity Care
Private patients of an obstetrician or GP obstetrician; attend private rooms for care in pregnancy and attended by the same obstetrician/GP for labour and postnatal care.
Public Hospital Clinic Care
Antenatal care in a public hospital outpatient clinic; attend the same hospital for labour and postnatal care; pregnancy and intrapartum care provided under the supervision of medical staff, uncomplicated births are usually attended by Midwives.
Public Hospital Midwives' Clinic
Antenatal care is provided by a public hospital Midwives' clinic, with one or more visits to a consultant or registrar; intrapartum care is provided under the supervision of medical staff, uncomplicated births are normally attended by Midwives.
Birth Centre Care
Team Midwifery care within a separate section of a hospital where Midwives provide antenatal, intrapartum and postpartum care.
Shared Maternity Care
Formal arrangements between a public hospital and local practitioner (GP, obstetrician, Midwife); the majority of pregnancy care is provided by a local practitioner, with visits to the hospital at the beginning and in the latter part of the pregnancy; public hospital intrapartum care.
Combined Maternity Care
Similar to shared maternity care but does not involve pregnancy check-ups at a public hospital clinic.
Team Midwifery Care
Small teams of public hospital Midwives care for women throughout pregnancy, labour, birth and the hospital stay, with one or more visits to a consultant or registrar.
Caseload Midwifery Care
Ongoing care with the same public hospital midwife for the majority of antenatal, labour! birth and postnatal care.
GP/Midwife Public Care
GP's and hospital-employed Midwives jointly provide antenatal care to women enrolled for public hospital intrapartum care.
Outreach Midwifery Care
Midwives care for women with high social or obstetric risk, focus on support and education; intrapartum and postnatal care provided by a public hospital.