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Lactation Support Clinic

The Hospitals of Providence is proud to offer the care you need even after you have left our hospitals. The services provided at our Lactation Support Clinic located at the Providence Children’s Specialty Clinic aim to assist you in receiving the benefits of breastfeeding by ensuring your child is feeding properly and receiving the nutrients they need. Our board certified Lactation Consultants work alongside clinic physicians to provide comprehensive care for you and your baby, including:

  • Assistance with latching and positioning
  • Breast care
  • Breast pump assistance
  • Individualized breastfeeding needs
  • Nutrition evaluation for newborns by our board certified Neonatologist and Registered Dietician in both our High Risk Newborn Clinic and Nutrition Clinic
  • Physician referrals
  • Use of breastfeeding assistive devices

To learn more or to make an appointment, please call 833-225-8751 or use our request an appointment form.

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