Lactation Support at Logansport Memorial Hospital

While breastfeeding provides many benefits for you and your baby, the decision whether or not to do so is your choice. At Logansport Memorial Hospital, we will provide all the support you need to get started with breastfeeding, including having certified lactation consultants available to provide information and answer your questions. 

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LMH achieves designation as level II special care nursery

While many newborns go home from the hospital with parents in a day or two after entering the world, some babies need a higher level of care. When this need becomes the reality for new parents, staying close to home and close to their babies is the highest priority. Logansport Memorial Hospital is pleased to announce that its newly renovated, state-of-the-art Family Birth Center is now designated a Level II Obstetrical and Neonatal Special Care Nursery by the state of Indiana.

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Patient testimonial: family birth center

At Logansport Memorial Hospital, our team of OB/GYNs, pediatricians, caring nurses, and certified lactation consultants provides the comprehensive and personalized care that has earned us designation as a Baby-Friendly Hospital.

We're proud to be right here in north-central Indiana, delivering care that exceeds the expectations of families in our community. And for mothers like Gabby Thomas -- this close to home, exceptional care is what made her journey so special.

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The importance of women's health checkups

One of the best things you can do for yourself and your health is to keep up on preventative care -- doctor's appointments, yearly exams, wellness checkups, etc. Preventative care allows you to know where you're at with your health, every step of the way. 

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LMH milk depot: meet our donor Brittany Wagoner

Logansport Memorial Hospital is proud to be an official Milk Depot for The Milk Bank of Indianapolis. Shortly after receiving the first donation, LMH Lactation Specialist Lora Adams had another mother ready to donate to babies in need. Mother to four, Brittany Wagoner, knows the importance of breast milk for babies and development, which made her decision to donate that much easier.

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