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Woman And Infants
Woman And Infants
Health Education  Health Education and Community Outreach
Women & Infants' Health Education and Community Outreach Department provides women with the information, support and resources they need so that they are able to make informed decisions about their health and the health of their families.
About Us
Through the hospital’s main campus and its Centers for Health Education at our medical office buildings, women living in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts have convenient access to free health lectures, lending libraries, support groups, childbirth and parenting classes, and breastfeeding support servicesHealth Encyclopedia

Community organizations and employees of area businesses benefit from wellness lectures delivered on-site. We also work to improve the health of the Hispanic community and those most in need, through our Latino outreach services and the traveling Family Van.

Women looking for a physician may call our free Physician Referral telephone service at 1-800-921-9299 for assistance.

By calling our Warm Line at 1-800-711-7011, women can also receive free assessment of, and answers to, breast-feeding or health-related questions.

For classes, or to access the Warm Line in Spanish, please call 1-888-44-Mujer or 401-277-3613, option 1.

 
Childbirth and Parenting Programs
As specialized care givers, Women & Infants offers a variety of classes to prepare you for the birth of your new baby.
» More information on childbirth and parenting programs.
» Pregnancy Planner
» Classes and Events
 
Free Email Newsletter
Register today for the W&I weekly newsletter, The Parent Review. Delivered to your email weekly, this research-based publication will keep you up to date on the development of your baby each week of your pregnancy and beyond. It is easy, fast and free!
» Sign up at womenandinfants.org/tpr.
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134 Thurbers Avenue, Suite #201
Providence, RI
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8:30 am to 5:00 pm

Phone
401-276-7800, ext. 100

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