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Women's Health Services

Campbell County Health's complete care for women includes preventive healthcare and screenings, education for mothers and families, supplies and equipment for pregnancy, and beyond.

Our Services

Maternal Child: The Campbell County Memorial Hospital Maternal Child Services Department provides care and services for obstetrical, neonatal and infant patients. Four birthing suites make the birth experience as homelike as possible, with an adjacent C-section room if needed. Our Level II NICU Nursery cares for premature newborns needing more intensive care. Learn more

Childbirth and Parenting Preparation Classes: Our online classes prepare expectant parents for their new arrival. Choose from three different courses that can be accessed for up to 9 months after purchase. Each course is $65. Learn more

Lactation Education & Support: Lactation education and support can be provided as individual one-on-one consultations for mothers planning to breastfeed, or through our FREE lactation classes before baby arrives! For more information, contact Dianna Moore, LPN, IBCLC at 307-688-2230, or to register for our "Breastfeeding Basics" and "Breastfeeding Techniques" courses here.

Mothers’ Milk Bank: Women can receive donated milk to augment breastfeeding, or donate milk for others. Learn more

Equipment and Supplies: Home Medical Resources stocks pregnancy and support supplies including compression stockings for water retention, maternity belts for pelvic and back pain, Medela Breast pumps, (double electric and single electric), and other breastfeeding supplies. CPAP and BiPAP equipment specifically designed for women are also available. Insurance or Medicaid coverage is available for many items. Learn more

Behavioral Health Services: Adult, child, family, group, individual mental and behavioral healthcare. Including crisis services, parenting classes, psychiatric and psychological care. Learn more

Digital Mammography & Breast MRIs: Digital mammography is the most common screening method to detect anything irregular or changes in the breast from previous scans. Breast MRIs allow physicians an additional diagnostic tool for breast cancer. Learn more

Dexa Bone Scan: An enhanced x-ray that is used to measure bone loss such as osteoporosis. Learn more

Wellness: Enhance your relationship, with your healthcare provider, with the Women’s Panel screening available at Wellness. You receive lab tests and health screenings without a physician order. Walk-ins welcome! Learn more

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