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CCH Maternal-Child Department Receives Prestigious IBCLC Care Award

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CCH Maternal-Child Department Receives Prestigious IBCLC Care Award

GILLETTE, Wyo. - June 20, 2024 - Campbell County Health's (CCH) Maternal-Child Department has been honored with the International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) Care Award by the International Board of Lactation Consultant Examiners (IBCLE). This prestigious award recognizes facilities that provide exceptional breastfeeding and lactation care for families, and CCH is proud to be the only facility in Wyoming to receive this designation in 2024.

The IBCLC Care Award is given to facilities that have demonstrated a commitment to providing comprehensive lactation training for nursing, medical, and other staff. These facilities also implement special initiatives that promote, protect, and support breastfeeding and the lactation consultant profession. The nearest hospitals with similar designations are in Omaha, Bozeman, and Denver, highlighting the exceptional level of care available right here in Gillette.

At the heart of this achievement is Dianna Moore, CCH's dedicated Lactation Coordinator with the Maternal-Child Department. Moore's journey began in 2008 as an OB nurse in the nursery, where she quickly discovered her talent for helping new mothers with breastfeeding. Encouraged to pursue her Certified Lactation Consultant (CLC) certification a decade ago, Moore has since become a cornerstone of CCH's maternal-child care team.

"Over the years, I have learned so much, and there is always more to learn," Moore shares. "My role is to support the mother and the baby, whether through breastfeeding or bottle feeding. I'm here to support mothers and babies where and how they need me."

Moore's patient-centered approach to care ensures that every family receives personalized support. "I always ask the family if there is something special we need to do or consider," she says. "Different cultures and generations have different approaches, and we recognize that."

In addition to her daily work, Moore plays a crucial role in educating and training CCH's Maternal-Child staff. New staff members are required to obtain 20 hours of lactation support training within their first two years, a program that Moore is instrumental in facilitating.

"IBCLCs are more than breastfeeding experts," Moore explains. "We are truly experts in breast health. It's amazing to work with the mom, the baby, and the dad, giving them the tools to be successful. We have great support for mothers here at the hospital."

From breastfeeding to bottle feeding, Dianna Moore and the Maternal-Child Department at CCH are dedicated to supporting all new mothers. CCH also works alongside the Rocky Mountain Children’s Health Foundation to facilitate human milk donations to provide milk to babies whose own mothers cannot supply the milk to meet their baby’s needs.

This recognition by the IBCLE is part of how CCH is actively fulfilling its vision of being the first choice in healthcare and wellness in Wyoming by providing Excellence Every Day. Families in Northeast Wyoming do not need to travel far for the best maternal-child healthcare – it's available right here, close to home.

About Campbell County Health (CCH): An affiliate of UCHealth, CCH includes Campbell County Memorial Hospital, an acute care community hospital in Gillette Wyoming; Campbell County Medical Group with nearly 20 clinics; The Legacy Living & Rehabilitation Center long-term care center and the Powder River Surgery Center. With around 80 providers, 1,200 total staff and over 20 specialties, CCH is committed to serving our community by providing a lifetime of care with dedication, skill and compassion.


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