Prenatal Education

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Parenting Is the Ultimate Learning Experience

Just as parenting is sure to go beyond anything you’ve ever experienced, our approach to your care goes beyond appointments and scheduled procedures. We provide resources for women and their partners or support people to prepare for the major lifestyle change just around the bend.

If you are at least 20 weeks along, now is the time to register for the Free Pampers® Childbirth Education Classes. This 9-part series, led by clinical childbirth experts, provides in-depth information for new parents on all stages of the childbirth journey— from contractions and stages of labor to breastfeeding and check-ups. Get registered online at

Series Courses

  1. Body Changes & Discomforts
    Registered nurse and childbirth educator, Heidi Rice, offers tips on how to manage everything from nausea to heartburn so you can stay comfortable during your pregnancy.
  2. Prenatal Health & Nutrition
    Learn how to take care of yourself and your baby by eating a healthy, well-balanced diet and maintaining an exercise program throughout your pregnancy.
  3. Preparing for Labor & Birth
    Know what to expect and what support tools you need for your upcoming delivery. Having a plan will help prepare you mentally and physically for labor and possible surprises along the way.
  4. Labor & Birth Part One
    Learn how to spot pre-labor and early-labor signs. Understand how labor progresses, what it looks like, how it feels, what your body goes through when the process begins.
  5. Labor & Birth Part Two
    Transition is the last phase of labor, it’s the fastest and most intense part of the process that ends when you’re ready to push. Discover tips of what to do during and right after delivery
  6. Immediately After Birth
    Registered nurse and lactation consultant, Alisa Williams, explains what happens in the delivery room immediately after birth, from newborn procedures to the baby’s appearance.
  7. Feeding Your Baby
    Understand the amount of milk your newborn needs, the benefits of breastfeeding for both mom and baby, the role of the helper, how to latch, pumping and storing, types of formulas, and more.
  8. Bringing Baby Home
    Learn about diapering, crying, soothing, sleeping and general safety tips so you’re prepared to welcome baby home.
  9. Postpartum Care
    A healthy baby needs a healthy mom. Find out about the fourth trimester, the rapid physical and emotional changes new mothers experience, and how to recognize what’s normal

Get Breastfeeding Support From the Experts at Hurley

Our team of lactation consultants and breastfeeding support nurses are passionate about helping mothers who have the desire to breastfeed. As with anything, the trick to success is learning how, from people with experience. That’s why we offer breastfeeding support clinics to help prepare new mothers. Learn more: Breastfeeding Resources