Survey for Expecting and New Mothers in Northeastern New Mexico

The northeast region of New Mexico (Taos, Colfax, Union, Mora and Harding counties) received a federal grant to improve maternal health outcomes in the region.

We have developed a Network and called ourselves ROAMS (Rural OB Access & Maternal Services).  The mission of ROAMS is to make it easier for new and expectant mothers in northeastern New Mexico to get the medical and social service care they need close to home. We want to hear from you, on how maternal services in the region can be improved. This survey is anonymous.

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* 1. I delivery my baby at:_______________________________________

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* 2. I received my prenatal care at:

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* 3. What gaps have you encountered in your maternal health care? In other words, what services did you want as an expectant mother that were NOT available to you where you live?

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* 4. What services and/or activities for pregnant women are happening in your area that we should know about, so we can partner with and support them?

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* 5. What are the strengths of the maternal care you are receiving? In other words, what do you like or what is going well with your maternal care?

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* 6. What are the barriers to utilizing available maternal services? In other words, what prevents you from accessing existing services and programs? For example maybe there is an appointment, parenting class or group support you would like to attend, but you need transportation and child care for your other children to make that happen.

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* 7. Did you try to access a service and it didn’t work? If so, tell us what happened so we can look into it and hopefully improve access.

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* 8. What places do women go to most in your community? Who can help connect women to services (i.e. trusted source)?

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* 9. If you live in the Northeast region (Taos, Questa, Raton and Clayton) but are getting your maternal care someplace else (Espanola, Santa Fe, Albuquerque, with midwife etc….) what influenced your decision to travel further for your maternal care?

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* 10. What else would you like us to know, as we work together to improve maternal and child health outcomes in Northeastern New Mexico?

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