Mother & Child Care

Your passion, our commitment

You believe that every mother and baby deserves the best care possible - before, during, and after a newborn enters the world.

 

At Philips, we share your passion and support your mission. We're committed to delivering clinically proven Developmental Care solutions and educational services, through every stage and each transition.

 

We help you establish an evidence‐based framework of care designed to support and nurture mother and baby in the best way possible.

 

Through a wide range of products including maternal and fetal monitoring during pregnancy, neonatal positioning, calming and soothing solutions for the NICU, and feeding and monitoring for the transition home, we help to enrich the lives of infants from the start.

"What if this were my child? Or my grandchild? That’s how I think about every woman who walks in here."

 

Diane Shaffer MEd
Developmental Specialist
NICU & Developmental Follow-­up
West Penn Hospital, Pittsburgh, PA, USA

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Making a difference through global innovations

Providing high-risk pregnancy toolkit

 

 

Sponsored by the Philips Foundation, a registered charity and based on the needs of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), a pregnancy toolkit was developed aimed for early detection and referral of high-risk pregnancies in fragile communities with limited access to healthcare.

 

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The Maternal and Newborn Health Innovations Project

 

UNICEF and The Philips Foundation, together with Concern Worldwide, Maker and Gearbox, have launched the Maternal and Newborn Health Innovations Project, to help save lives and improve the health of pregnant women and children in Kenya.

 

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Philips donation supporting Afghan mothers and babies

 

Philips is committed to the UN Millennium Development Goals of reducing child mortality rates and improving maternal health. We have been working to bring new life – and new hope – to the clinicians and mothers in Afghanistan, who have been consumed by war and robbed of some of the most basic healthcare necessities.

 

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Our range of Mother & Child Care solutions

  • Radiology

    Radiology

    Find radiology solutions that help you deliver quality clinical outcomes while enhancing the patient experience.

  • Mother & Child Care

    Mother & Child Care

    From pregnancy to NICU to the transition home, Philips offers a broad portfolio of neonatal care solutions for each stage of Developmental Care.

  • Critical Care

    Critical Care

    Deliver high-quality, affordable critical care with tools that provide actionable information to speed decision-making and early patient intervention

  • Healthcare Management

    Healthcare Management

    Many of the care delivery models that have served well in the past will not deliver quality & financial outcomes needed for a sustainable future

  • Workplace and community AED

    Workplace and community AED

    Philips AED solutions with Life Guidance help give you the confidence to act quickly and decisively, and lead the way to save a life.

  • Oncology

    Oncology

  • Philips dermatology treatment solutions - Blue LED light therapy

    Philips dermatology treatment solutions - Blue LED light therapy

    Learn about Philips blue light treatments solutions. Read psoriasis vulgaris and eczema case studies and learn about the clinical applications of blue light

  • Cardiology

    Cardiology

    Innovative cardiology solutions that accelerate workflow, increase efficiency, and offer clinical insight

  • Anesthesia

    Anesthesia

    The OR needs anesthesia solutions that meet the needs of today’s data-driven requirements and cover the full range of perioperative care.

  • Business and Government

Videos

1. World Health Organization, United Nations Children’s Fund. Global strategy for infant and young child feeding. http://www.who.int/nutrition/topics/global_strategy/en/. Published 2002. Accessed March 5, 2013