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The Morning Center and the Private Healthcare Model
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The Morning Center was founded in 2011 to provide free full-service pre-natal and maternity care to women in urban and under-served areas. It seeks to return charitable maternity care to a private, patient-centered model. On todayís program, we will speaki with Elysse Baumbach, the project manager of The Morning Center, who will explain the centerís purpose, and why she believes it is the next step in the pro life movement.
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Our guest Elysse Baumbach describes the Morning Center and its mobile care units, its national goals, and how it will hopefully impact the the private health care model and the pro life movement.
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The Morning Center project was founded to provide free full-service maternity care to women in urban and under-served areas where quality care is limited and scarce. We will provide Christ-centered maternity care through mobile care units and full service maternity hospitals.

Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Elysse Baumbach
Elysse Baumbach, Project Manager, former crisis pregnancy center administrator. She was born and raised in Boise, Idaho. Prior to her position as executive assistant at Samaritan Ministries, she was an event manager for American Vision and Stanton Healthcare. Elysse joined Samaritan Ministries the parent company of the Morning Center because she believes in the private health care model. Elysse is also studying to become a midwife, and her greatest joy is serving the Lord with her husband, Lucas.

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