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3 Levels of Care in theMNCHN Service Delivery Network (continued)3.Comprehensive Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care(CEmONC)-capable facilityperform the six signal obstetric functions for BEmONCprovide caesarean delivery servicesblood banking and transfusion servicesother highly specialized obstetric interventionsproviding neonatal emergency interventions for BEmONCmanagement of low birth weight or preterm newborn and otherspecialized newborn servicesIn an area with a population of at least 500,000, WHO recommends 1CEmONC-capable facility
MNCHN Staffing RequirementCommunity Level:BHS and RHUBEmONC Provider Facility(HOSPITAL W/DELIVERY ROOM)1 Midwife per Barangay Health Station(BHS)3 BEmONC Teams per hospital BEmONCprovider (1 Team per 8-hour shift) 1BEmONC Team per RHU/BHS:1Community/Women’sHealthTeam(WHT) per barangay. Composition of theC/WHT:• Midwife• Barangay Health Workers (BHWs)• Traditional Birth Attendants (TBAs)CompositionoftheBEmONCTeam:Hospital:

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Obstetrics, BEmONC, Comprehensive Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care

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