The group care model helps to build thriving communities by transforming the way health care is delivered and experienced by participants, providers, and health systems.
Participants and providers form trusting partnerships that enable individuals, families, and communities to take ownership of their life, health, and relationships.
Group care builds relationships among participants, providers and the broader community based on trust and agency that supports health and well-being.
Group care achieves wellness goals through collaborative partnerships that prioritize equity and respect diverse perspectives and experiences.
Group Care Global is a non-profit dedicated to promoting a group care model based on the CenteringPregnancy® model developed in the United States in the early 1990’s by nurse-midwife, Sharon Schindler Rising. Hundreds of published studies have documented better health outcomes for mothers and babies and increased satisfaction with care.