Centricity Perinatal Users Group

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...composed of professionals with backgrounds in nursing, administration and information technology representing a variety of healthcare systems internationally with the majority located throughout the United States and Canada. As a member, you have access to valuable tools that can maximize your CPN system experience.

As a member, you have access to valuable tools that can maximize your CPN system experience.


Grow your skills and help deliver results ... join the CPNUG today!

Centricity Perinatal Users Group (CPNUG)

Our Purpose

Our Purpose is to provide a forum to share best practices, promote the professional development of our members, and contribute to enhancements related to the Centricity Perinatal (CPN) System.

Focus Group Involvement

Share in lively discussions about industry challenges as they relate to current and potential development of Centricity Perinatal. Have a voice in product strategy and learn more about balancing the dynamics of business with the needs of healthcare.

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Professional Leadership Opportunities

As an independent organization, the CPNUG is a member-led, collaborative group that provides users with an opportunity to see beyond their individual organizations. In particular, the leadership team meets on a regular basis to improve the CPNUG and work with the GE Healthcare Leadership Team to improve CPN products and services.

Conference and Training Seminar Participation

Discover opportunities for training or attend the annual User Conference and ongoing regional conferences to network and enhance individual and professional growth.

Membership Details

Memberships are offered for two types of CPN Systems:

 Local Area Networks (LAN)
  – Single sites using one database 

 Wide Area Networks (WAN)
  – Multiple sites sharing one database