Brief Overview of State MMR or PAMR

New Hampshire Maternal Mortality Review Committee first convened in 2012. The committee meets two to three times each year dependent upon the number of cases complete for review. The committee reviews all maternal deaths that occur during pregnancy and up to 1 year postpartum. Our mission is to conduct comprehensive, multidisciplinary reviews of maternal deaths in New Hampshire for the purpose of identifying factors that may have contributed to the deaths and to make recommendations for system changes in order to improve the health of pregnant and parenting women in New Hampshire.

Ann Collins
Rhonda Siegel
This individual fills the role of: 
State Agency Leadership (e.g. MCH Director, Chief Medical Examiner)
Scope of Cases Reviewed
  • All pregnancy-associated deaths (All deaths of women while pregnant or within one year of the end of pregnancy, due to any cause)
Location of Deaths Reviewed by Committee
  • State Residents (or City/County Residents if local review)
Individuals, Disciplines, and Organizations Represented on Review
  • Perinatal Quality Collaborative
  • Perinatal Nursing
  • Psychiatry/Mental Health Provider
  • Midwifery
  • Obstetrics and Gynecology
  • State Title V Program
  • Chief Medical Examiner or designee
  • AAP Member from NH specializing in neonatology
  • Behavioral Health Agency
  • Maternal Fetal Medicine
  • Epidemiology
  • Community Member


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