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The Baby Fair set to take place at Baptist Hospital April 20

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – April 3, 2013 - New and expectant parents will find all the information and resources they need concerning their bundles of joy during The Baby Fair, presented by Baptist Hospital and Nashville Parent.

The event will be held Saturday, April 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Baptist Hospital campus, 21st Avenue entrance, in the GSO Education Center. Admission is free. Free parking is available in the 21st Avenue Garage. 

The Baby Fair features educational seminars, exhibits and demonstrations about infant safety, education, health and nutrition, exercise, maternity wear, baby clothing, furniture and other products and local resources. New this year, Baptist Hospital will offer educational resources on new and emerging birth options that include tub labor, family-centered caesarian section and limited doula services. 

There will be tours of Baptist Hospital’s birthing facility and Baptist Hospital experts will present classes in newborn care and breastfeeding. 

For more information about The Baby Fair or to participate as a vendor, visit the all new website at www.nashvilleparent.com/the-baby-fair, or call Nashville Parent at (615) 256-2158, ext. 139. 

Baptist Hospital delivers approximately 7,000 babies each year, more than any other hospital in Middle Tennessee. Nashville Parent and Williamson Parent readers have ranked Baptist Hospital the Best Place to Have a Baby 12 years in a row. 

About Baptist Hospital Maternal and Infant Services

Baptist Hospital is a leader in advancing maternal and infant care, focusing on each patient’s unique birth experience. Voted the Best Place to Have a Baby 12 years in a row, Baptist Hospital offers educational classes, lactation support, a team of experienced nurses, physicians and educators, an obstetric hospitalist on site 24/7, a specialized unit for those with difficult or high-risk pregnancies and a Level IIIb Beaman Neonatal Intensive Care Unit with a 24-hour in-house neonataologist. Family involvement is encouraged with a mother-baby model of care.  For more information, please visit www.baptisthospital.com/childbirth or call 615-284-BABY (2229). 

 

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