Support NFP's New Women's Health Center!
Neighborhood Family Practice (NFP) is committed to combating the infant mortality crisis and reducing racial disparities between white and black babies in Cuyahoga County. With your help, NFP can continue to provide and implement additional evidence-based strategies to promote healthy birth outcomes.
We have experienced significant growth in terms of locations and services over the past several years. As we continue to grow and provide high quality primary care to patients living in the communities we serve, NFP is committed to promoting healthy birth outcomes with the opening of our new facility offering services to pregnant women and young families!
The vision for this new space will be an expansion of our existing women’s health services for women in all stages of life while also supporting the health care needs of their children and family.
The renovation will include twelve exam rooms, on-site laboratory, space for testing equipment, community room for CenteringPregnancy, and a children’s play area. The donations we receive will go towards buying new medical equipment such as exam tables, otoscopes, and blood pressure machines as well as furniture for the rooms to allow our patients to feel as comfortable as possible.
NFP is a leader for First Year Cleveland, a program funded by the Ohio Department of Health and Ohio Department of Medicaid to address infant mortality, premature births/low birth weight and the racial disparity between black and white babies. In this role, NFP helps other provider organizations establish CenteringPregnancy services and a doula/community health worker program to support their cause.
If you would prefer to mail in your donation, you may send a check to:
Neighborhood Family Practice
4115 Bridge Ave., Suite 300
Cleveland, Ohio 44113