HealthChoicesFirst.com Partners with BC Women's Hospital to Create Prenatal & Postnatal Health Video Library
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February 1, 2012 (VANCOUVER)
HealthChoicesFirst.com has partnered with BC Women's Hospital and Health Centre to create a comprehensive library of prenatal and postnatal health videos. The videos feature leading women's health care providers from BC Women's Hospital discussing topics such as pregnancy health and exercise, physiotherapy during pregnancy, labour and delivery, and postnatal fitness.
“HealthChoicesFirst is extremely happy about working with BC Women's Hospital as they are nationally recognized for their excellence in prenatal and postnatal care, and as a resource for women with high-risk pregnancies,” says Jackson Sayers, CEO of HealthChoicesFirst.com.
HealthChoicesFirst.com is a national health and wellness directory that connects consumers with providers such as physicians, dentists and physiotherapists based on their geographic location, and features over 1,300 solution-based videos and articles. With resources on topics such as diabetes, nutrition, fitness, prenatal and postnatal health, sexual health and sports injuries, HealthChoicesFirst.com is the largest provider of video content of its kind in North America. HealthChoicesFirst is backed by a number of qualified and experienced partners, and continues to expand its medical and corporate governance boards across the country.
BC Women's Hospital & Health Centre is an agency of the Provincial Health Services Authority (PHSA). It is one of Canada's largest maternity hospitals and is devoted primarily to the health of women, newborns and families.
“Working with HealthChoicesFirst is a wonderful way to provide families with relevant content on reproductive health,” says Dr. Barra O'Briain, a family physician and Assistant Head of Education at BC Women's Hospital. “They have done a very comprehensive review of all of the aspects of pre and postnatal care. We feel that this will be an extremely valuable resource for women going through pregnancy, and we look forward to doing more content with them in the future.”
Visit the HealthChoicesFirst.com Prenatal and Postnatal video library.