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And little Joey Jr.
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For help with breastfeeding, mothers can call our Breast Feeding Support Center.
When traditional childbirth education classes are not a possibility due to bed rest, scheduling conflicts or time constraints, we have a solution.
The Hospital of Central Connecticut's Family Enrichment Center helps families achieve parenting goals through a blend of programs that emphasize family support, bonding and nurturing. Programs are free for families in Greater New Britain.
Our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is staffed by a multidisciplinary Care Team that includes board-certified neonatologists (pediatricians specializing in the care of premature and sick newborns); certified pediatric physician assistants; and neonatal nurses. Additional Care Team members also provide and support care for you and your baby as needed.
When a baby has spent a period of time in the special care nursery and is ready to go home, parents can spend a night or two in a transition room, next to the NICU, receiving instruction and getting familiar with their child’s needs.
Maternal-Fetal Medicine focuses on your baby through a variety of tests to ensure their safety.
A baby born to a mother diagnosed with substance use disorder can suffer the same type of withdrawal symptoms as an adult.
The Hospital of Central Connecticut provides full-service gynecological care at various locations.
Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS) is a viable option for you to have less pain post-surgery and to get you back on your feet as quickly as possible.