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High Point Regional Now Offers Newborn Channel to Provide Baby Care and Postpartum Education to New Parents

8/14/2012

The Newborn Channel is now available at High Point Regional Health System.  The Newborn Channel delivers essential newborn and parenting information to help prepare new moms when they need it most. New parents and their families can enjoy easy access to highly trusted, professionally endorsed content on topics such as infant and mom care, siblings and family living, work-life balance and much more.

“This is a wonderful resource for new parents that they can access not only in our facility, but online before and after giving birth at www.newbornchannelonline.com,” said Donna Timpf, Women’s Center Program Coordinator. “They can also access information via their smartphones by texting the word ‘newborn’ to 411247. And it’s all entirely free of charge.”

The Newborn Channel provides engaging and accessible programming on many topics including:

  • Diapering, bathing and general infant care
  • Mom health and birth recovery topics
  • Breastfeeding basics and tips for success
  • Car seat safety, smoking cessation, sudden infant death syndrome and more.
Programs and transcripts from the Newborn Channel are also available for new parents on demand before, during and after their hospital stay. The educational content on the Newborn Channel is overseen and reviewed by a Medical Advisory Board which works diligently to ensure all content is up to date and presented in a clear and understandable way for parents and their families.

“The Newborn Channel helps supplement our nurses’ patient education efforts,” said Timpf. “Because it is always available, our nursing and education staff is able to recommend quality, up-to-date education for new parents in their time of need.”

Please visit The Newborn Channel for more information. 

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