Infant feeding

  • We’re here to help you bond with and feed your baby.

  • Division: Women's and Children's services division
  • General manager: Joanne Edwards

Contact us

Email us

Or call:

Northwick Park Hospital

Kelly Kinsella, Gemma Chandler or Aine McGahon 

  • 07825 014 785 
  • 020 8869 5255

Ealing Community

  • Katharine Curren: 07904 186 762

Harrow Community 

  • Julie Peris: 07939 669 605
  • Agata Wyzgowska: 07940 466 611

Feeding

Breast feeding

Breast milk is amazing – it packs all the right nutrients and goodness to give your baby a great start in life. It promotes bonding, and it’s good for you, too.

Our trained midwives and midwifery assistants will help you get started as soon as possible after birth. Find out more about breast feeding at NHS.uk.

Sign up to our infant feeding classes

Other ways to feed your baby

We’ll always promote breast feeding as the best choice for you and your baby. If you choose not to breast feed, you’ll need to bring pre-mixed formula with you.

If your baby requires formula milk because they are ill, premature, or it’s part of their treatment, we’ll provide formula for you.

Classes

Our infant feeding classes will teach all about breast feeding. Led by a trained midwife, we’re fully accredited UNICEF baby friendly.

Your family are welcome to come along, too.

Classes are held in the parent education room in the maternity block, level 4, at Northwick Park Hospital.

English

First and third Saturday of the month, from 10am to 12pm (except bank holiday weekends).

Gujarati (ગુજરાતી)

મહિનાના પ્રથમ શનિવાર 1.30 થી 3.30 વાગ્યા (બેંક રજા સપ્તાહના સિવાય).

First Saturday of the month, from 1.30pm to 3.30pm (except bank holiday weekends).

Romanian (Română)

A treia sâmbătă a lunii, de la 13:30 până la 15:30 (cu excepția week-end-urilor de sărbători).

Third Saturday of the month, from 1.30pm to 3.30pm (except bank holiday weekends).

Book your place

To book your place, drop us a line. We need your name, telephone number, how many weeks pregnant you are, and your preferred session.

More information

Find out more about infant feeding and skin-to-skin contact in your pregnancy:

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