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Twin Cities Community Hospital Announces Lactation Consultation
Twin Cities Community Hospital NEW Birth & Baby Center Offers New Mothers Helpful Classes, Counseling and Support Groups
“We identified and filled the community’s need for proper instruction and assistance with certain delicate aspects of motherhood such as breastfeeding, which can sometimes be distressing and emotionally challenging for new mothers,” explains Shareen Taylor, Director of Labor & Delivery.
The Labor and Delivery unit of the award-winning hospital, which specializes in Maternity Care in addition to Emergency Services, Surgery and Joint Replacement, and a broad array of medical, surgical and outpatient services, now offers daily, one-on-one outpatient lactation consultation services with certified lactation consultants Marna Moore-Barr and Margaret Veyna. Classes are hosted at the Founder’s Pavilion located at 1100 Las Tablas Road, Templeton, CA 93465.
Also bolstering new parents, Twin Cities Community Hospital provides a variety of open forum classes including English and Spanish-language Prepared Childbirth classes (every Wednesday from 6:30-9pm), Newborn and Parents Support Group/NAPS (every Monday from 9:30-10:30am)
“All classes are complimentary and designed for expecting and new mothers to interact, ask questions and confidently enter motherhood,”
For information about the hospital, please visit www.twincitieshospital.com or call Press Agency AR & Co. PR and Marketing at 805-239-4443 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Twin Cities provides a broad range of medical, surgical and outpatient care. Working closely with affiliated physicians, Twin Cities places special emphasis on clinical services important to local residents, including hip and knee replacement, surgical care, stroke intervention, emergency care and maternal child services. More than 115 active medical staff members practice at Twin Cities and 160 local residents volunteer at the hospital. The hospital is fully accredited by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, the nation’s oldest and largest hospital accreditation agency.