A 32-year-old G3P2 at 20 weeks gestation presents to her PCP with complaints of fatigue, chills, and decreased appetite for the past 5 days. Her pregnancy has been uncomplicated to-date, and she has been receiving regular prenatal care. The patient mentions that, in an attempt to increase nutrition for her fetus, she has been consuming increased amounts of dairy products in the past month. At 35 weeks gestation, the patient delivers an ill neonate with sepsis, pneumonia, and disseminated skin findings (Figure A). What is the appropriate action that the PCP should have taken after the patient’s initial presentation?