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CLASS LOCATION - Our classes are held at several locations; be sure to double-check the location of your class. Prenatal classes are offered at the following locations: Columbus Regional Conference Center at Midtown Medical Center and Columbus Regional Lactation Center and Boutique at 500 18th Street Suite B-30 in Columbus, Georgia 31901. Classes at Northside Medical Center are located at the hospital or the Hughston Foundation on the campus at 100 Frist Court, located off Veterans Parkway. Classes at the John B. Amos Cancer Center, located at 1831 Fifth Avenue in Columbus, are located in the Community Room on the 2nd Floor.

QUESTIONS? If you attempt to register for a class that is already filled or the registration deadline has passed, you will be asked to select a different class date. If you have questions about content or registration of the prenatal classes or, please call (706) 660-2693 for prenatal classes.
 

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Keeping Baby Safe

This class gives basic information on what to do if your baby chokes, infant CPR and safety issues. Safe sleeping and how to child proof your home is also covered. Starting in April, 2014 - included is safe use of your infant car seat taught by Safe Kids Columbus. There will be door prizes and a raffle for a car seat - must be present to win!

 *No refunds are given for prenatal classes unless there is a medical reason for the inability to attend. We will be happy to transfer your registration to a different date or another class of equal value. 
 


Cost: $20.00

As the region's leading provider of healthcare, Columbus Regional Health has touched the lives of most of the children and adults in this region through its comprehensive network of services. Located in the West Georgia city of Columbus, Columbus Regional was established in 1986 as a not-for-profit health services organization, but its roots can be traced back to 1836 when the local hospital was a small wooden building on the banks of the Chattahoochee River.