Family Birthing Center
A member of the lactation team will visit you during your hospital stay to answer any of your questions and offer proper breastfeeding techniques and support. All mother/baby nurses are trained to support your breastfeeding decision and can assist you with feedings.
After you arrive home, a member of the lactation team will contact you to see if you have any questions or concerns. We are also available anytime after you leave the Hospital, on an outpatient basis or by telephone. To make an appointment, call (331) 221-5433.
We also rent and sell breast pumps and accessories.
Mommy and Baby Hour
Adjusting to motherhood can be both exciting and challenging. Join an experienced perinatal educator, who guides weekly conversations with expert guests on parenting topics. We welcome you and your baby (ages one week through six months) to these free sessions. Bring a blanket for your baby to lie on.
Mother-to-Be Packing List
As you prepare for the big event, this list will help keep things simple and organized, so you can focus on you and your baby. Just in case your newborn makes a surprise entrance, pack at least a few weeks before your due date.View the List
Car Seat Fitting Locations
Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death among children ages two to 14, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Many times, not using seatbelts or improperly used car seats are to blame.
Make sure that your car seat is properly installed by a certified car seat safety technician at any of these nearby locations.
Parents can share their baby’s photo on a secure, password-protected Web site. Enter Elmhurst Memorial Hospital’s WebNursery page here.
Grief Recovery Groups
Our merger with Edward means we now offer even more ways to support parents, including grief recovery resources, if you have lost a child through miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, stillbirth or early infant death.
Find groups and meeting information, click here.