Mother Goose Health, a digital maternal health platform, has announced the addition of a new lactation service. This service is part of a strategic collaboration with Nest Collaborative, a leading virtual lactation consultation provider, and The Breastfeeding Shop, which supplies quality breast pumps. The partnership aims to improve new mothers’ access to crucial breastfeeding support, aligning with their personal lactation goals.

The initiative comes in response to data from the CDC’s 2022 Breastfeeding Report Card, which underscores the health benefits of breastfeeding for both infants and mothers. However, sustaining breastfeeding outside of birthing centers often requires additional support, which this collaboration seeks to provide. Mother Goose Health users will now have streamlined access to International Board-Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLCs) through Nest Collaborative, along with the necessary breastfeeding equipment from The Breastfeeding Shop.

Dr. Anya Rose, MD, and board-certified Obstetrician/Gynecologist at Rose Women’s Health in Arcadia, California, said: “Breastfeeding has been shown to help prevent various illnesses and diseases within both mothers and babies. Mother Goose Health allows us to more easily support our patients in achieving their lactation goals. With this new partnership we are able to provide extra services that many families would not ordinarily or easily have access to.”

Dr. Kenneth Levey, MPH, CEO of Mother Goose Health said: “Within our platform, we have created an ecosystem of maternity care that facilitates patients’ access to all essential maternal health needs and services. By removing barriers to care and support, we are optimizing the health and outcomes for both mothers and their children.”

Mother Goose Health stands for comprehensive maternity care that leverages clinical models, data analytics, and predictive risk modeling to improve obstetric care. The partnership with Nest Collaborative, and The Breastfeeding Shop enhances Mother Goose Health’s offerings and wants to set new standards in maternity care, providing vital services through a patient-friendly app and network of care coordinators.

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