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  • icon-article-18-redAll About Baby - Virtual Class

    Designed for expectant parents, this one-hour class will answer questions regarding breastfeeding and cover topics such as newborn care, safe sleep practices and basic nutrition. Classes are taught by a pediatrician and consist of a teaching portion followed by a Q&A session. Expectant moms and partners are encouraged to participate.

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  • icon-article-18-redCare for Your Core and Pelvic Floor: Birth Prep and Postpartum Healing

    Pregnancy and delivery can cause your body to experience many physical changes, including the development of pelvic floor disorders. Care for Your Core and Pelvic Floor is taught by a physical therapist who specializes in the ways in which pregnancy and delivery affect the pelvic floor. The class will address common issues like back and pelvic pain, diastasis recti, urinary incontinence and pelvic floor dysfunction. Learn what changes to expect, how to prepare for childbirth and how to maximize your recovery after a vaginal birth or cesarean section.

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  • icon-article-18-redBasic Infant Care – Virtual Class

    Designed for expectant parents, our Basic Infant Care virtual class is presented by a registered nurse lactation consultant and highlights key information about caring for your newborn baby. The class focuses on preparing you for what to expect in the hospital after delivery through the first month of your baby's life.

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  • icon-article-18-redPrenatal Breastfeeding – Virtual Class

    Designed for expectant parents, this virtual lecture is presented by a registered nurse lactation consultant. Learn what to expect while breastfeeding your baby during the first few days after delivery and through the first few months. Infants welcome. Partners are encouraged to participate. The class will also include the opportunity to ask questions.

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  • icon-article-18-redHow breastfeeding benefits you and your baby

    I’d like to let you know about some of the benefits of breastfeeding and offer some resources for breastfeeding moms. Before we get started, though, I want you to know that this is not meant to make you feel like you have to breast feed or that you failed if you stopped or didn’t want to breast feed. 

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  • icon-article-18-redCar Seat Safety Guidelines

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  • icon-article-18-redIs it safe for your baby to wear jewelry?

    It’s not uncommon to see infants and small children adorned with various types of jewelry. Parents may choose for their child to wear amber necklaces used to help with teething or earrings, bracelets and anklets worn for cultural or aesthetic purposes. 

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  • icon-article-18-redHow should you clean your breast pump?

    If you’re a nursing mom, you may choose to use a breast pump to provide breastmilk for those times you’re away from your baby. Whether you’re going back to work, heading out for the occasional date night or simply need to give yourself a break from nursing, your breast pump can be an indispensable tool in helping you continue breastfeeding as long as you choose.

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  • icon-article-18-redOrlando Health Network saves nearly $90 million in healthcare costs

    Orlando, FL January 18, 2019 – With more than 200,000 managed lives, representing more than $1.1 billion in annual healthcare expenditures, the Orlando Health Network – the largest clinically integrated network in the region – has saved $89.9 million in healthcare costs in just five years according to the Network’s 2018 Value Report, which was released today.

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  • icon-article-18-red Orlando Health Celebrates First Year of Life-Changing In-Utero Surgery Program with 11 Cases

    Orlando, FL (September 17, 2019) – Orlando Health is celebrating its first year of successful in-utero surgery to repair Spina bifida, a spinal defect developed by the fetus during the early stages of pregnancy. To date, the hospital system has performed 11 cases on mothers and their unborn babies.

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