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Prepare your staff for infrequent, but potentially devastating obstetrical emergencies.

Obstetrical emergencies happen rarely—fortunately. But that rarity makes it difficult for clinicians to be maximally prepared in dealing with such situations when they occur. The only way to be ready for such events is to practice. The Quality OB Safety Sims program was strategically developed to offer frequent, simulated training which can be practiced with minimal equipment on a Labor & Delivery unit where these serious emergencies occur.

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Leverage the Quality OB Safety Sims program to:

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Reinforce best clinical practices in rare emergencies

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Develop a high-functioning clinical team

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Easily track course completions for regulatory purposes


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Program Features:

  • Teaches interdisciplinary team skills
  • Meaningful, hands-on scenarios that replicate top obstetrical emergencies
  • Provides a comprehensive, easy to implement Facilitator Guide
  • Includes a first-rate team debriefing tool
  • Easily, trackable educational completion credits pertaining to regulatory guidelines


  • Post-course evaluations
  • Addresses the Joint Commission R3 Report requirements: Maternal Hemorrhage EP 5 and Preeclampsia/Hypertension EP 4

Program Covers Six Key Obstetrical Emergency Topics:

  • Breech Vaginal Delivery
  • Hypertension Emergencies (Preeclampsia & Eclampsia)
  • Maternal Collapse (MI, Pulmonary Embolus, Amniotic Fluid Embolus)
  • Postpartum Hemorrhage
  • Shoulder Dystocia
  • Umbilical Cord Prolapse

Client Spotlight

Having the obstetricians at my hospital undergo this Quality OB Safety Sims training gives me the peace of mind of knowing that they are all prepared to deal with serious obstetrical emergencies when they arise.

Dr. Henry M. Lerner, MD




of 183 countries is where the US ranks in maternal mortality


of OB claims are related to lack of clinical judgment


of maternal death & injury are due to inadequate monitoring

As a healthcare leader, are you...

  • Uncertain your staff is consistently providing safe, quality care?
  • Looking for new ways to conduct cost-effective emergency training in obstetrics?
  • Tired of inefficient training plans?
  • Lacking the tools for your clinicians to grow more proficient in their skills?

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See how the Quality OB Safety Sims program can help improve your team's confidence and response time during obstetrical emergencies.