Your voice matters
Encourage your representatives in the House and the Senate to support ACOG-endorsed legislation and be sure they know the importance of ensuring access to women’s health care in your community. Get involved in advocacy; start by visiting the ACOG advocacy web page (www.acog.org/advocacy). Also note that members of Congress are back in their home states during seasonal breaks and many hold town halls and constituent meetings. The health of moms and babies is always an important issue, and you are the expert.
ACOG’s commitment to ensuring healthy moms and babies, and ensuring that our members can continue providing high-quality care, runs through everything we do.
The author thanks ACOG former Vice President for Health Policy Barbara Levy, MD, ACOG Senior Director Jeanne Mahoney, and ACOG Federal Affairs Director Rachel Tetlow for their helpful review and comments.