Becoming A Mom

Goal of Becoming a Mom Classes

To improve the health of moms, so their babies are healthier, too. Join us as we share new parent information, meet other moms and dads in the area, and have fun getting ready for baby’s arrival!

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Contact:

Delivering Change:  (785) 238-0300

Flint Hills OB/GYN at (785) 223-5555

Program Itinerary

Session 1: Introduction & Prenatal Care
Session 2: Pregnancy Health
Session 3: Labor & Delivery
Session 4: Infant Feeding
Session 5: Infant Care
Session 6: Postpartum Health

Location

Women’s Center Conference Room at Geary Community Hospital
Reward: If you attend both your prenatal care appointment and prenatal education class you will receive diapers and wipes!!

Up Coming Class Dates:

August 19th

August 26th

September 9th

September 16th

September 23rd

September 30th

Women’s Center Conference Room
6-8 pm on Mondays

Meet Our Educators

Nicole Graham, RN, BSN, CLC graduated from Chapman High School and later graduated from Baker University School of Nursing. Nicole has worked on the Labor and Delivering Unit at Geary Community Hospital for over 12 years as a RN and prior to that was a CNA for the hospital. Nicole is also the Becoming a Mom educator, Child Safety Technician and a Certified Lactation Counselor.  Nicole is passionate about Moms and Babies in our Community and enjoys helping educate the families, prior to seeing them once they deliver. Nicole and her husband Brett are parents to Grayson and Remington. In Nicole’s spare time she enjoys cooking, baking, camping, boating and spending time with her family. 

Amanda Fitzgeralds, RN has a Bachelors of Science in Nursing from Fort Hays University. In addition she has certifications in childbirth education, breastfeeding education, inpatient obstetrics and is a child passenger safety technician. Amanda has worked for Geary Community Hospital for 18 years and 15 of those years have been in women’s health. Amanda and her husband Troy have a blended family of 2 boys ages 21 and 14 and 3 girls 12, 14 & 16. Amanda has spent the last 14 years teaching and she thoroughly enjoys working with mothers and babies of our community.


 

 

This program utilizes the March of Dimes Becoming a Mom®/Comenzando bien® curriculum and is supported by the Kansas Department of Health & Environment and March of Dimes