Maternal Safety Program

The Maternal Safety Program is an online multi-module course designed to provide updated education to all health care providers working at the bedside of a pregnant woman. Continuing Medical Education credits will be awarded upon successful completion of the modules and simulation drills from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.

View Maternal Safety Program

Emergency Personnel

Maternal 911 has taken seven high acuity low occurring situations with simulations and created an online continuing education program for health care professions who will be the first to respond to a pregnant woman, a woman in labor, or a postpartum woman. Early recognition of an event and implementing treatment may help reduce maternal morbidity.

Emergency Personnel Modules

Quick Course

The quick course from Maternal 911 Education System allows emergency department teams to receive the education needed regarding two critical areas: Hypertension in Pregnancy and Postpartum Hemorrhage. By focusing on these areas, the course ensures that your team not only meets national guidelines but also complies with local governance regulations.

Learn About Our Quick Course

Upon completion of the Maternal Safety Program the participant will be awarded up to 20.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™, or 20.0 AOA Category 1-B credits from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Upon completion of the Short Course for Emergency Personnel the participant will be awarded up to eight AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™, or up to eight AOA Category 1-B credits from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Provide Maternal Care, Safely.

Have you had post-traumatic stress from a bad outcome on L&D?

Did you wonder if there was something you could have recognized to prevent this outcome?

Our Maternal 911 Safety Training programs will give you the continued education you need for the high acuity, low occurring events for better outcomes.

We are proud to be providing training for Maternal Safety across the United States.

Training Delivered

27 States & Counting

Upcoming Areas

Contact us for Training


Our Home State

Meet Our Staff

Founders Shelly and Michelle have a passion for women's health and maternal safety. We believe educated health care professionals are empowered to provide quality maternal care.

About Us


Here are some of the topics covered in our patient safety program designed for the obstetric provider. Education in high acuity, low occurring obstetrical events.

View Full Program
Amniotic Fluid Embolism Syndrome (AFES) is a high acuity, low occurring process that when recognized may be life-saving. The course will help by giving understanding of the disease and its management. AFE is a detrimental disease process that is life threatening for the women it effects. The AFE module will provide knowledge for this low occurring process.
This course focuses on students gaining a better understanding of Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC), the issues it brings to health care organizations while providing students with a practice setting to examine and develop their own skills. Education is empowering. DIC is a detrimental disease process that is life threatening for the women it effects. This course begins with a pre-test to help understand the base of knowledge on this topic. Participants will learn the signs and symptoms of DIC along with treatment regimens. At the end of the course testing will occur to ensure the fundamentals have been learned.
This course will help the participants identify hypoxemia and acidosis in an unborn fetus based upon fetal heart rate (FHR) monitoring to avoid fetal neurologic injury. The participant will be aware of measures needed to ensure a safe outcome so heath care delivery can be rapidly implemented.
Imminent birth is something that will continue to occur in every facility across the world.This course will explain how to prepare and what to expect. Participants will gain confidence so that when they are faced with these situations in the future, they will be more prepared.
Induction of labor (IOL) refers to any technique used to stimulate uterine contractions during pregnancy to accomplish a vaginal delivery. This is performed prior to the onset of spontaneous labor. A successful IOL results in a vaginal birth.
Operative vaginal birth is the use of forceps or a vacuum device to assist with a vaginal delivery. The laboring woman may or may not push during the assistance. The health care provider will learn when an operative device is used and how it will be selected. The health care provider will be aware of the risks and benefits of use and complications that may occur to mother and fetus. This education course will keep maternal and fetal safety a priority.

Sign Up Now

Maternal Safety begins with education and empowerment.
Start your course now!

Sign Up