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Welcome to the Birthplace at Lowell General HospitalWelcome to the Birthplace at Lowell General Hospital

Overview of services and amenities available for new moms at the Birthplace.

Virtual Tour of the Birthplace at Lowell General HospitalVirtual Tour of the Birthplace at Lowell General Hospital

We invite you on a virtual walking tour of our Labor and Delivery Unit and Mother and Infant Unit. Tour the rooms, nursery and learn everything you need to know before delivering your baby at Lowell General.

Delivering Your Baby at Lowell General HospitalDelivering Your Baby at Lowell General Hospital

Meet our physicians and care teams, learn about labor and delivery and postpartum care, and hear from new moms about family-centered care at the Birthplace.

Infant Massage

Infant Massage is an age old tradition that has been passed down for centuries. It's many benefits include achieving better sleep, improved symptoms of colic, promotes relation and release of endorphins and aids with digestion. Classes consist of a one-hour session designed to teach parents/caregivers massage strokes for the arms, legs, back, stomach and face. Learn simple infant massage techniques that will strengthen your bond and relationship with your baby. Practice strokes on your baby while strokes are demonstrated by the instructor. Babies should be between six-weeks and one year of age.

Tuesdays, from 12:30-1:30pm in Hanchett Auditorium at Lowell General Hospital's Main Campus.

  • February 2
  • April 19

About the Presenter

Deb Driscoll, RN, Certified Infant Massage Therapist

Public Fee: FREE


To register by phone, call 877-LGH-WELL (877-544-9355).

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