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TCHC seeks new name for prenatal/OB program

As Tri-County Health Care gears up to introduce an overhauled prenatal/obstetrics program in 2018, it is launching a community-wide contest to select a new name that embodies the program and its purpose. Some new features of the program include midwifery services, a car seat program, prenatal yoga and additional Tri Aquatics Moms Courses.

The new name should represent Tri-County's valued mothers and babies, as well as the holistic approach of the program. The new name should also complement the tagline "Families start here" and should incorporate Tri into the name to stay consistent with other Tri-County programs (e.g. Tri Aquatics, Tri Rehab Services).

The contest is open to the public starting Wednesday, Dec. 6, and will end on Wednesday, Dec. 20, at 5 p.m.

To enter the contest, visit www.surveymonkey.com/r/OBnamingcontest. Only names submitted through the survey will be accepted. Contest entrants may suggest as many names as they like.

The winner will be selected on Friday, Dec. 29, and the new name will be unveiled in January. The individual who submits the chosen name will receive a $50 Caring Heart Boutique gift card.

For more information about Tri-County's current prenatal/obstetrics offerings, visit TCHC.org.

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