San Juan Regional Medical Center is an acute care hospital in the Four Corners region with 198 licensed beds. As a sole community provider of hospital services in San Juan County, New Mexico, the hospital delivers a remarkable range of healthcare services not only to the citizens of San Juan County, but to the people of the entire region. SJRMC is accredited by Det Norske Veritas (DNV). Our organization was evaluated in hospital quality, innovation, and continued performance improvement. By participating in these continued activities, we are able to provide personalized healthcare to our community.
This course is a one-time two-and-a-half-hour course that covers all the basics of breastfeeding. It is intended for the first-time mom or as a refresher for a mom who has already experienced breastfeeding. The course will cover all of the essentials of starting and maintaining breastfeeding, pumping and storing milk and how to know your baby is getting enough breastmilk. Parents who have taken the childbirth education series are welcome to take the class if they want to explore the topic more thoroughly or want a refresher. Moms are welcome to bring their partners or come alone, nursing babies are welcome. Please register each participant individually.