Pediatric Associates of Westmoreland offers lactation services for breastfeeding mothers. These visits are for new mothers who are having problems with latch on, engorgement, sore nipples, plugged ducts, mastitis, low (or high) milk supply. The visit would be covered by the same insurance that covers your prenatal care with the same copay.
If you would like to set up a lactation visit, please contact our office at 724-832-7045. We would be happy to coordinate your newborn visit with your lactation visit to have both mother and newborn seen at the same time.
The lactation services are provided in the lower level of our Greensburg office within our Newborn and Lactation Suite by one of our lactation consultants:
Cyndi Chew, CPNP
A playroom is available for families with multiple children whom are over the age of 9 months. These children will be signed in and monitored by our office staff to allow parents to have a one on one visit with our providers. Only the newborn and the parent may enter the newborn suite.
Are you a new or expecting mom? During this important time in your life we would like to offer you a helping hand. Please contact our Newborn Director, Brittany Stoken MSN, CRNP, with any concerns or questions you may have.
We encourage you to contact us by emailing email@example.com or calling 724-832-7045 prior to your child's birth to meet with us and take a tour of our office and Newborn Suite.
Amy Dillon, CPNP
Bringing your baby home brings lots of joy and excitement and with that many questions and concerns. At Pediatric Associates of Westmoreland we want to be here for you and your child.
Our state of the art Newborn and Lactation Suite, located on the lower level of our Greensburg office, was designed to facilitate the transition from hospital to home. We are fully staffed with board certified physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants. Many of our clinicians are also International Board Certified Lactation Consultants, available to nursing mothers.
Our facility offers a soothing, modern environment for your infant from birth to 9 months of age as well as lactation support for new mothers. A child will have access to the newborn suite during routine check ups and non-contagious visits during the first 9 months of life.
Miranda Jones, CPNP
Brooke Allen, CPNP