St. John Hospital and Medical Center

Grosse Pointe Woods, Michigan, United States

Implement a comprehensive breastfeeding program providing direct health services and community based programming along with the development of best practices and "Baby Friendly” designation

July 1, 2011 - Jan. 31, 2015

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St. John Hospital & Medical Center’s Mother Nurture Project

The St. John Hospital and Medical Center has developed a breastfeeding program, the St. John Mother Nurture Project that offers new support services for mothers, including a nurture club, lactation consultants in the OB clinic, prenatal breastfeeding education, a NICU follow-up clinic and community collaboration.

Thriving Children

Nurture Project

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