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Patient Resources

If you need guidance or assistance after the birth of your baby, Hoag offers a variety of support groups and resources including: Babyline, Postpartum Adjustment Group, Mood Disorders, Lactation Support, and Pregnancy & Infant Loss.​ Click Here for details.

Hoag Babyline

Hoag Babyline, 949-764-BABY (2229), is answered by an OB Education registered nurse with special expertise and knowledge about pregnancy (before, during and after), as well as baby care and breastfeeding. The Babyline staff serves as a key resource for new and expectant parents. The Babyline is available to the community Monday through Friday from 9am - 5pm.

Hoag Breastfeeding Clinic (After Baby Comes Home)

A one-on-one consultation with one of our International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) Registered Nurses provides new mothers with support, encouragement and answers to questions that commonly arise when their newborn comes home from the hospital. Fathers or birth partners are strongly encouraged to attend. For more information, view our Lactation Support flyer.

One-on-one consultation includes:

  • Individual attention to your specific concerns
  • Help with breastfeeding the difficult nurser
  • Nutritional information
  • Instructions on pumping and storage of milk

Appointments required. Payment is due at time of visit. For more information, or to schedule an appointment, call Hoag's Babyline at 949-764-BABY (2229).

Breast Pump Rentals

OB Education provides a breast pump rental service for mothers needing to use a hospital grade pump for either short or long-term. Contact the Hoag BabyLine (949-764-2229) or the front office (949-764-5940) for availability.

Breastfeeding eLearning Class: Making it a Rewarding Experience

As a Certified Baby Friendly hospital, Hoag is committed to educating mothers who choose to breastfeed. This FREE online class provides valuable and basic breastfeeding information necessary to help ensure a rewarding breastfeeding experience for mom and baby.

Topics include:

  • Preparation for breastfeeding during pregnancy
  • Advantages of breastfeeding to mother and baby
  • Getting off to the best start during the early days
  • Establishing and maintaining an ample milk supply
  • Positioning your baby at your breast
  • How to recognize and avoid common problems
  • Recognize when and where to get help when you need it

We recommend that you register for this online class around your seventh month of pregnancy. Registration is required. Register Online.

Maternal Mental Health Program

Our program includes an outpatient clinic where expectant and new moms with various mental health conditions can meet with a psychiatrist, licensed marriage and family therapist or a licensed clinical social worker to receive the care they need or be connected to local resources. Meet our expert team.