Our goal is to help you make breastfeeding a success. Although it is a natural process, breastfeeding doesn't always come easy. New and experienced moms often have questions about breastfeeding and need support to successfully breastfeed.
Our Breastfeeding Clinic offers the assistance a new mother needs to make breastfeeding a success. Learn from our board-certified lactation consultants before your delivery during our breastfeeding class for expectant parents, while you are in the hospital and afterwards at home to help you become comfortable and enjoy a positive breastfeeding experience.
- Pre-birth preparation
- Instruction on successful breastfeeding strategies
- Technique support
- Comfort management
- Support for premature infant feeding
- Milk supply education
- Instruction on breast milk expression and use of breast pump
- Prevention of engorgement
- Preparation for return to work
Our lactation consultants are available to answer questions or discuss concerns about breastfeeding by phone and during one-on-one appointments or group discussion. To speak with our lactation consultants by phone, call 706.509.6555.
Most commercial insurance companies will pay 100 percent of the cost of an in-person lactation consultation with no deductibles or co-pays. There is generally no coverage limit on the number of visits, so moms can receive guidance as many times as needed.
Our Childbirth and Lactation Services office will file the necessary paperwork with commercial insurance companies for moms to receive this service.
To make an appointment for a breastfeeding consultation, call 706.509.6548.
We offer breast pumps for rent and purchase. In addition, we sell a full line of breastfeeding products including accessory kit parts and breastfeeding bras. Some commercial insurance companies now provide breast pumps for new mothers at no cost or a minimal charge. To learn more, visit our Breastfeeding Supplies page.
Breastfeeding Q&A Video
Hear from our lactation consultants in this informational video about breastfeeding. The most common questions and issues are discussed to help mothers succeed in nursing their babies.