At Home - Caring for You and Your Newborn
Our care doesn't stop when you and baby leave the hospital. We offer many services and resources to support this big change in your life and the health of you and your new baby.
Baby's First Few Weeks
What to expect, information and helpful tips.
Through our onsite Lactation Center, St. Luke's offers a wealth of resources for mothers who choose to breastfeed. Staffed by certified lactation consultants, the Center provides education and support for a successful breastfeeding experience. In addition to providing for mothers during their hospital stay, the Center also offers a variety of services for before and after childbirth, including private consultations and consultations over the telephone for questions and support.
More on breastfeeding support and resources
Breast pump rentals
St. Luke's Hospital offers a variety of classes to help you care for you and your baby after birth, including Infant Massage, Happiest Baby on the Block (especially for sleep-deprived new moms and dads looking for restful nights and ways to calm your baby), classes for breastfeeding and going back to work, Mommies in Motion, and other fitness classes to help you get back in shape.
View our full listing of classes and register online.
St. Luke's Pediatric Services
Committed to caring for children of all ages, St. Luke's offers comprehensive health care for the whole family. When outpatient services or hospitalization are needed, families can depend on St. Luke's Hospital pediatricians and pediatric nurses to care for and treat your child for almost any illness or injury. Our pediatric care is not limited to just one department. At St. Luke's, pediatric staff members are available in every medical department of the Hospital. Because growing up often includes a trip to an emergency room, St. Luke's Emergency Department also has pediatricians available on-site 24 hours a day.
To find a pediatrician:
Search our online physician directory
Or call St. Luke's Physician Referral Service at 314-205-6060
More on St. Luke's Pediatric Services