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Blue Hill Women’s Health Care to Offer Childbirth Education Classes

Release Date: 03/11/2015

Blue Hill Women’s Health Care announces a series of Childbirth Education classes this spring.  Suzanne Norgang, Certified Nurse Midwife at Blue Hill Women’s Health Care, invites mothers-to-be to attend the April Childbirth Education Series.  Topics to be covered include: the process of normal birth and complications as well as techniques to help the birth go smoothly.

The classes are free and open to the public and will be held Tuesdays, April 7, 14, and 28.   Suzanne Norgang invites women who are expecting a baby and interested in learning more about the process of birth, breastfeeding or newborn care to join the series of classes. She says, “women today are inundated with messages and information from our abundant media sources but this doesn’t necessarily leave them feeling more informed, more empowered or more prepared to give birth. This series brings together mothers and fathers to-be to learn and ask questions in a relaxed setting. We want the birth of a baby to be a positive experience and understanding the process sets the foundation for that.”

Blue Hill Women’s Health Care has always provided highly personalized prenatal care to pregnant women of the Blue Hill Peninsula and beyond.  Women who are pregnant or planning to start a family can rely on Blue Hill Women’s Health Care for expert and compassionate prenatal care. Physicians and Certified Nurse Midwives provide prenatal care through Blue Hill Memorial Hospital, and deliver babies at Maine Coast Memorial Hospital in Ellsworth and Mount Desert Island Hospital. 
To register or for more information on comprehensive women’s healthcare services, including prenatal care, please contact Blue Hill Women’s Health Care at 374-3940 or visit bhmh.org.



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