In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, with shelter in place orders and social distancing efforts, San Ramon Regional Medical Center has suspended all of its patient and community classes until further notice. In order to continue supporting expectant and new mothers at San Ramon Regional Medical Center, the hospital’s maternity, childbirth and lactation instructors have moved their classes to virtual classes so mothers can continue to receive important information in the safety of their own homes.

Virtual Newborn Care

Our Birthing Center Nurse with teach expectant parents the How-to's of baby care. Topics covered include what to do before you come to the hospital, care in the hospital and at home, bathing, dressing, comforting, and normal newborn characteristics.
By registering for this class, you will receive a Zoom video conference link Via email, which will allow you to participate in the class virtually. The class is informative, interactive and fun.


NOTE: A credit card is required to register for this class online. If you would like to register for this class using a different payment method, please call (925) 275-9200 to register.

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