Arizona Perinatal Trust

a Perinatal Quality Collaborative


working to improve the health of Arizona’s mothers and babies 

Certification

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The Voluntary Certification Program (VCP) is a peer review/quality assurance process for the purpose of reducing morbidity and mortality, improving the care of patients and supporting Arizona's regionalized perinatal care healthcare system. Learn More

APT Annual Conference

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APT works to facilitate the availability of professional education through the establishment of separate Level guidelines for continuing education, outreach education, patient & community education as well as facilitating the Annual APT Perinatal Education Conference.  Learn More

About Us

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The Arizona Perinatal Trust (APT), a 501(c) (3) nonprofit, was established in September 1980.  It was initially established by a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, St. Joseph's Hospital & Medical Center and Good Samaritan Hospital.  The Trust is dedicated to improving the health of Arizona's mothers and babies. Learn More

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Arizona Perinatal Trust

711 E. Cottonwood Lane, Suite C, Casa Grande, AZ 85122

Phone: (520) 421-9880 Fax: (520) 421-9883

Hours

Monday - Friday

8am - 4pm