MA, January 27, 2014 – Sturdy Memorial Hospital offers a wide range of services
for expectant mothers and parents, including educational programs, diagnostic
tests, a variety of childbirth options, lactation services, and post-delivery
care and support. One service that helps new parents adjust to parenthood is
the Cradle Care Line. A parent can call the Cradle Care Line any time,
day or night, and speak with someone from the Maternity staff. Callers often
have questions about feeding, infants' crying and sleeping habits, etc. Parents
can even call for comforting encouragement. The Cradle Care Line is available
by calling 508/236-7250.
Before being discharged from Sturdy Memorial’s maternity unit, parents are reassured that a Maternity nurse is available 24 hours a day to answer any questions that may come up after they’ve gone home. The Cradle Care Line is open to new mothers and fathers, including those who didn’t have their baby at Sturdy Memorial. Nurses answer questions at the time of the call, based on information provided by the caller.
To reach the Cradle Care Line, any time day or night, call Sturdy Memorial Hospital at 508/236-7250.
Sturdy Memorial Hospital is a full-service, independent, financially stable, not-for-profit acute care community hospital in Attleboro, Massachusetts.