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Good Samaritan Hospital

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Pregnancy can be an exciting—and anxious—nine months. You may wonder, “Am I doing everything I can to prepare for this baby?”

Chances are you’re doing everything you can to keep you and your little one healthy. Although, most pregnancies and birth experiences go smoothly, if complications come up, our medical team and neonatal intensive care units (NICUs) are equipped to handle even the littlest of patients.

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The Baby Place at Good Samaritan

Where you give birth can make all the difference in the world. From preparation, to delivery and beyond, know that The Baby Place at Good Samaritan Medical Center is here for you every step of the way

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Baby-Friendly standards

At Good Samaritan, we practice Baby-Friendly standards and approach to care because we want parents and their babies to have the best start.

The Baby-Friendly Hospital Initiative, which is supported by the World Health Organization and the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, supports families to be successful in whatever their feeding choice may be. Our staff teaches and helps moms whether their goal is to breastfeed or formula feed their babies.

Our Five-Star Breastfeeding Support Amenities include:

  • Lactation Support 7-days a week with a board-certified lactation consultant
  • One-on-one breastfeeding instruction during hospital stay
  • Private lactation follow-up visit 4-6 days after your baby goes home
  • Breastfeeding support group to connect with lactation nurses and other moms
  • Private outpatient appointments for ongoing breastfeeding support
  • Breastfeeding Helpline available 7-days a week

Call Lactation Services at (303) 268-2988 to Schedule an Appointment

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