CompassCare is dedicated to continuously pressing towards greater effectiveness by constantly looking for ways to improve service outcomes. The medical team is modifying a few approaches and scripts to account for changing patient demographic. The following story is an example of how these improvements work out in the practical interactions with patients and save lives.
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Adjuah shares her story of transformation and how CompassCare helped her navigate through her pregnancy. 1:30 min.
A day in the life of a CompassCare Nurse I glanced at the appointment calendar and it looked like it would be a busy afternoon. I’m grateful for my fellow nurses. Julie, who I am working with today, took the first patient back to one of the exam rooms as I sat at the reception
CompassCare is erasing the need for abortion by transforming women’s fear into confidence. 1:01 min. Stephanie tells her story of transformation and experience of CompassCare’s ethical medical care and compassionate services.
Maria took the first pill of the medical abortion drug, RU-486, but then changed her mind and did not take the second. She reached out to her OB/GYN to see if they could help her reverse the effects of the drug but they could not. She then reached out to the abortionist where she got
Lisa is a mother of two and wasn’t expecting to get pregnant. After the initial shock wore off, Lisa went to her computer to locate an abortion clinic that could “take care of things” right away. She discovered CompassCare and called the number listed. After talking with the CompassCare scheduler for a few minutes, she
Watch this 2 minute video of three women telling their stories of being pregnant and realizing the importance of protecting their preborn baby. Join CompassCare in protecting preborn boys and girls and the dignity of their mothers at the 2015 Walk for Life on Saturday, May 2 at the Bowl in Highland Park. Register or give at www.Walk.CompassCare.info.
Camille did not fit CompassCare’s typical patient profile. She is married and has several children. After making it clear that she was undecided about this pregnancy, she looked her nurse in the eye and said, “I’m looking for a place that won’t judge me.” Her nurse assured her that CompassCare was not interested in judging
Mandy grew up as an orphan in the middle the city. Alone and unloved for much of her childhood, she learned early on that she needed to look out for herself because no one else would. Mandy grew up determined to make something of herself. As soon as she was old enough, Mandy started working
Rose woke up early on a Tuesday morning, not feeling well for the third day in a row. She tried to shake the feeling of dread as she walked to the corner store and purchased a package of home pregnancy tests. Avoiding the nonchalant gaze of the cashier, she hurried home to find out for