Led by an experienced, certified childbirth educator, expecting parents can take a virtual tour of the maternity unit. A link to the virtual tour will be included in the confirmation email you receive after registering.
This support group is for new parents with babies under one year old. Offered on Mondays from 1 - 2 p.m., this group is facilitated by a board certified lactation consultant from Capital Health's Lactation Center and is free of charge.
Class is taught by an experienced, certified childbirth and parent educator using the remote Zoom format. Class is on a weekday evening, 6:00 to 8:30 p.m. This class helps prepare first-time expectant parents to care for their newborn.
Class is taught by an experienced, certified childbirth educator using the remote Zoom format. An intensive day of prepared childbirth on a Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to prepare the expectant woman and her labor support person for the birth experience.
Taught by an experienced, certified childbirth educator using the remote Zoom format. This series consists of four weekly two-hour classes to prepare the expectant woman and her support person for the labor and birth experience.
“I’m pregnant, what exercises should I be doing?” Whether you are already an avid gym-goer or someone who has not exercised in a long time, exercise is healthy for both mother and baby when done correctly.
You’ve just given birth and your physician has cleared you to exercise, but where do you start? Many postpartum women are eager to start exercising again but are nervous and confused about how to safely get back into the swing of things.