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Nursery Notes E-Newsletter

Sign up for the free E-newsletter just for expectant parents

Whether you’re a first-time mom-to-be, or a been-there-done-that mom a little friendly advice, encouragement and information is always welcome, right? That’s why we created our new e-newsletter, NURSERY NOTES!

Nursery Notes is delivered every two weeks offering practical advice and guidance throughout your pregnancy and for months after! Each email contains a featured article with links to helpful information in additional categories.

And, as a special bonus, when you sign-up for this service and provide your due date, each email will include personalized messaging letting you know just about where your little nugget is in development. Are they the size of a peanut? Or a cantaloupe? This is stuff you want to know!

We also offer links to prenatal class schedules, a facility video tour and list of OB Providers — pretty much everything you’ll need to be prepare for that special day!

Maternity Services

Maternity Services

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Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding

When you breastfeed, you not only provide the necessary protein, sugar and fat to keep your baby healthy, but you also give your baby protection from earaches, common colds and potentially serious diseases. As illnesses such as measles continue making headlines,...

Labor & Delivery

Labor & Delivery

Labor & Delivery Suites The Family Center includes four birthing suites for labor and delivery, including a large suite for the birth of twins or multiple babies. Each suite provides a home-like environment with comfortable beds, new linens just for Maternity,...

Safe Sleep Tips

Safe Sleep Tips

Always place your baby alone, on his or her back, in a crib for every sleep time. Always use a firm, flat sleep surface. Car seats and other sitting devices, swings, wedges, and devices that position baby on an incline are not safe for routine sleep. Use a firm sleep...