Breastfeeding Tips
Chastity Johnson, RN - August 17, 2020
Breastfeeding is a journey that no parent will ever forget. It’s a skill that has to be learned by all participants involved—mother, baby, partners, and other support people. Breastfeeding requires a lot of practice, plenty of patience, and even relearning based on the unique needs of each baby. This article will offer a few tips to consider throughout your breastfeeding journey.
Family Donates Cuddle Cot to Schneck
Schneck Medical Center - August 26, 2019
After the loss of their son, the Scheidler family made a donation to help other families in their time of need.
Pregnancy and the FLU
Amie Brunner, RN - December 05, 2018
Info about flu prevention and treatment when you are expecting.
All About Tandem Nursing
Amie Brunner, RN - July 18, 2018
Learn about tandem nursing, its benefits, and useful tips.
Breast Shells & Nipple Shields
Amie Brunner, RN - May 14, 2018
Information about breast shells and nipple shields for the breastfeeding mom!
The Flu and You-What to Do-Part 2
Amie Brunner - March 04, 2018
This blog post discusses breastfeeding when the mother or infant has the flu. 
The Flu and You-What to do!
Amie Brunner, RN - January 16, 2018
Getting the flu can cause serious problems when you are pregnant. Learn about how to prevent catching the flu and your treatment options should you catch it. Also, find information about our flu-related visitor restrictions and how it will impact you and your family should you have your baby while restrictions are in place this winter. 
Prenatal and Breastfeeding Education
Amie Brunner, RN - November 04, 2017
Learn about prenatal and breastfeeding classes, when they are, and how to register.
Oktoberfest Lactation & Changing Station
Schneck Medical Center - October 04, 2017
Attention new moms! Schneck in coordination with Jackson County WIC and the Jackson County Breastfeeding Coalition, will be hosting a Lactation & Changing Station.
How Often Should My Breastfed Baby Eat?
Amie Brunner, RN - April 09, 2017
Learn about feeding cues your baby will give you when they are hungry, signs that your baby is full, and indications that your baby is getting enough to eat.
Skin to Skin & The Golden Hour
Amie Brunner, RN - March 16, 2017
That first hour after your baby has been delivered is precious. Learn more about Skin to Skin and the Golden Hour.
Best Beginnings
Amie Brunner, RN - February 24, 2017
As an expectant mother, have you ever thought about sitting down and having an open question and answer discussion with doctors, nurses, and a dietitian?