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Does baby need a doctor? Free class on choices at Swedish clinic

It’s never too early to start thinking about who will care for your baby. With so many doctors to choose from, finding the right one for your baby can be overwhelming.

A free physician-led class, "Baby Needs a Doctor," is 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, at Swedish Snoqualmie Primary Care, 37264 S.E. Fury St., Suite 101, Snoqualmie.

Instructors will help put parents at ease and explain what to should look for in a doctor, what questions to ask, and what services to consider, such as electronic medical records and after-hours care.

Participants will be introduced to Swedish physicians who will share their philosophy of care, and provide tips on taking care of your newborn. The doctors will also be available for one-on-one interviews if parents are interested in establishing their baby’s care with them.

To register, call 206-215-3338 or visit www.swedish.org/childbirthclasses.

 

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