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Alajuela Hospital Improves Birthing Conditions for Women

By Wendy Anders Alajuela’s public hospital announced a series of changes for women giving birth including allowing them to choose from three different positions and receive better hydration while in labor, reported the Costa Rican Social Security Bureau (CCSS). The public health care system is aiming to improve women’s and their partner’s experiences during birth under a new policy called the “Integral Policy on Good Treatment” adopted by the bureau’s board of directors, said Alajuela medical director Francisco Pérez. Jorge García Ramírez, obstetrician at the Alajuela hospital and coordinator of a project to transform care during labor and commit to…

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