Approximately 500 dedicated and loyal volunteers provide service in a number of different areas including reception, administration, greeting, patient care areas, and retail sales.
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For more information please visit: https://www.canada.ca/en/public-health/services/health-promotion/healthy-pregnancy/healthy-pregnancy-guide.html
For Screening information please visit: https://prenatalscreeningontario.ca/en/pso/about-prenatal-screening/about-prenatal-screening.aspx#Types-of-prenatal-screening
Information on Enhanced First Trimester Screening: https://prenatalscreeningontario.ca/en/pso/about-prenatal-screening/enhanced-first-trimester-screening-efts.aspx
Prenatal education is offered free of charge to pregnant women and their support person. Classes begin at approximately 27 weeks gestation and prepare women for what to expect in pregnancy and during labour and delivery and the immediate postpartum period. Issues such as preterm labour, stages of labour, pain management, breathing techniques, breastfeeding and newborn care, as well as many others, will be covered by the prenatal educator. Regional Telehealth Classes are also available – please contact your telehealth coordinator or the Maternity Centre for a list of upcoming classes.
This class is designed for pregnant women and their partners to learn about breastfeeding. Some of the common concerns are addressed, and information is provided regarding how partners can be supportive, and overcoming some of the challenges of breastfeeding. The group is led by a lactation consultant. This group meets once a month. Call 684-6228 to register.
Self referral by calling 684-6228.
Referral from physician, midwife or community partner.
Referral is not required to receive care!