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Breastfeeding Resources from Family Birth Place at Port Huron Hospital

 

Port Huron Hospital Breastfeeding Line

Monday, Wednesday and Friday
810.989.3433
Deb Roberts, RN, BSN, IBCLC
droberts@porthuronhospital.org 

At Port Huron Hospital, an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant sees most mothers and babies while in the hospital on Family Birth Place.  For problems or concerns after discharge, the mother may call the Breastfeeding Line, and if needed, an appointment for a consultation may be set up.  It is not necessary to deliver your baby at Port Huron Hospital in order to contact our lactation consultant.  Common problems are having a premature infant, breastpump information, low milk supply, low infant weight gain, sore nipples, and developing a plan for going back to work. 

If you or your baby are sick:  If you are running a fever and have a red, painful area in your breast, call your physician right away.   If your baby is sleepy, not waking up for feedings, or showing signs of infection, call your baby’s doctor right away.

If you are ever in doubt about your baby not getting enough to eat directly from the breast, please supplement your baby with your breastmilk and/or formula and call your doctor and lactation consultant for help.

Other Resources:

Port Huron Hospital HealthAccess
1.800.228.1484
Monday through Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Click here to view and reigster for Childbirth Education Breastfeeding Classes.

National Breastfeeding Help Line
800.994.9662, Press 2
Monday through Friday:  9 a.m.– 6 p.m.
Assistance in English and Spanish
 
La Leche League International Help Line
1.877.452.5324

Pumps and Supplies:

Port Huron Hospital Medical Equipment
Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.
810.982.0700

Websites for Breastfeeding Information: