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A registered nurse from the NSMC Birthplace discusses caring for your baby during the first 6 weeks of life. Information includes newborn safety and immunizations, diaper changing, bathing and much more.
Monday, May 12 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., conference room D102A at Salem Hospital. There is no fee for this class.
NSMC Salem Hospital
Marie McDermott, RN
Directions and Parking:
For these classes, it is easiest to enter the hospital from Jefferson Avenue, which runs behind the hospital (If you are using a GPS, you can use the address 1 Dove Avenue, Salem, MA 01970). Free visitor parking is available in the lot closest to Spaulding Hospital. From that lot, walk toward the hospital and you will see a large sign that says, “Davenport.” Enter through the doors under that sign and turn to the right. Davenport 102A is your second door on the right side.
If you enter through any other part of the hospital, follow signs directing you toward the Davenport building. Using the elevators in that building, select floor 1. Davenport 102A is in front of you to the left when you exit the elevators.