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Home Mom & Me participant, Pfc. Jacqueline Kerchner smiles at her son, while Registered Nurse, Lesli Eiland, a certified lactation consultant, gets his post-feeding weight during Blanchfield Army Community Hospital’s breastfeeding support group, July 11. Lactation support is a maternal care service at Blanchfield available to help patients reach their breastfeeding or lactation goals. (Maria Yager, Department of Defense) Mom & Me participant, Pfc. Jacqueline Kerchner smiles at her son, while Registered Nurse, Lesli Eiland, a certified lactation consultant, gets his post-feeding weight during Blanchfield Army Community Hospital’s breastfeeding support group, July 11. Lactation support is a maternal care service at Blanchfield available to help patients reach their breastfeeding or lactation goals. (Maria Yager, Department of Defense)

Mom & Me participant, Pfc. Jacqueline Kerchner smiles at her son, while Registered Nurse, Lesli Eiland, a certified lactation consultant, gets his post-feeding weight during Blanchfield Army Community Hospital’s breastfeeding support group, July 11. Lactation support is a maternal care service at Blanchfield available to help patients reach their breastfeeding or lactation goals. (Maria Yager, Department of Defense)

Mom & Me participant, Pfc. Jacqueline Kerchner smiles at her son, while Registered Nurse, Lesli Eiland, a certified lactation consultant, gets his post-feeding weight during Blanchfield Army Community Hospital’s breastfeeding support group, July 11. Lactation support is a maternal care service at Blanchfield available to help patients reach their breastfeeding or lactation goals. (Maria Yager, Department of Defense)

Mom & Me participant, Pfc. Jacqueline Kerchner smiles at her son, while Registered Nurse, Lesli Eiland, a certified lactation consultant, gets his post-feeding weight during Blanchfield Army Community Hospital’s breastfeeding support group, July 11. Lactation support is a maternal care service at Blanchfield available to help patients reach their breastfeeding or lactation goals. (Maria Yager, Department of Defense)

Certified Nurse Midwives, Lt. Col. Laurey Tyson (right) and Jessica Chance hold a newborn in a labor and delivery suite at Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, Fort Campbell, Kentucky, Aug. 22. More than 1,400 babies were born at Blanchfield over the past year. The hospital features seven labor suites and two labor and delivery operating rooms. (Maria Yager, Department of Defense)
Blanchfield Army Community Hospital Certified Nurse Midwife Jessica Chance gives a special onesie to each baby she helps deliver on Fort Campbell. A certified nurse midwife is an advanced practice nurse specially trained to provide prenatal care, deliver babies and provide postpartum care for patients with low-risk pregnancies. (Maria Yager, Department of Defense)