I travel to where you are! You can receive expert lactation services, information and support at home.
A Lactation Home Visit is available throughout Camden County, St. Simon's, Jekyll Island, and Brunswick in Glynn County, Georgia and north Nassau County, Florida
A Lactation Home Visit offers the same in-depth care and expertise that you would receive in the office. During a home visit, I'll learn about your breastfeeding goals and any challenges and questions you may have. A visit includes a review of your health history, pregnancy and delivery, an exam for you and your baby as needed, and observation and assessment of a feeding. We can weigh your baby to evaluate milk transfer and how your baby is growing. Together we can develop a plan to help you reach your breastfeeding goals.
One of the best things about receiving lactation services at home is the ability for me to observe you and your baby in your familiar, comfortable environment so I can provide the most personalized insights and recommendations for your unique experience.
Camden Lactation is a participating provider with TRICARE. Lactation services are typically covered at 100% for up to 6 visits, with no pre-authorization required. You can schedule your lactation visit now.
Health Insurance Coverage
Camden Lactation partners with Lactation Network to bill insurance plans directly. Visit Lactation Network to get your visit preapproved. If your insurance plan is in the network, Lactation services are covered at 100% .
Most health insurance plans cover Lactation services. If your visit is not preapproved, you can contact your insurance plan directly to find out what coverage you are entitled to. You will receive a super bill receipt of your Lactation visit that you can file directly for reimbursement.
Years of experience as a Lactation Consultant helping mothers and babies with breastfeeding challenges enable me to provide knowledge and support in many areas. A few of the breastfeeding needs and concerns I can help you with are:
A lactation home visit is especially helpful for special circumstances such as breastfeeding multiples, NICU graduates, babies with special needs, and many other unique feeding challenges.
If you are planning to return to work and breastfeed, I can help you develop a plan that will work for your situation.
If your baby hasn't arrived yet, a prenatal consultation can answer any questions you may have. You will learn how to prepare for breastfeeding, and what to expect in the early days.