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Outpatient Visit

To schedule a visit at our office or via telemedicine, please call (585) 276-MILK (6455)


125 Lattimore Rd., Suite 280
East Entrance, Second Floor
Rochester, NY 14620

  • Prenatal visits: Can be seen for history of lactation problems, induced lactation, medical complications of pregnancy, medication concerns, and more (often seen by lactation consultant and Breastfeeding & Lactation Medicine provider)
  • Postpartum visits: Can be seen by Lactation Consultant ONLY (e.g., latch problems, pumping, back to work), or LC and Breastfeeding & Lactation Medicine provider (e.g., medical problems with lactation, medication concerns, low milk supply, tongue tie)

For Providers: Breastfeeding and Human Lactation Study Center

Before Your Visit

Respect and Privacy
At our clinic, every family is valued and respected in their individuality.

  • We are Safe Space trained which means that every staff member has committed to providing evidence-based and respectful care to our LGBTQI+ patients.
  • Breastfeeding can feel private, and is sometimes uncomfortable to do in front of others. We welcome you to bring a support person. We also offer chaperones for breast exams and breastfeeding as well on request.
  • All body types are welcome. Patients with larger bodies can feel uncomfortable in healthcare environments because of bias, small chairs and over-emphasis on weight loss. We offer comfortable seating, trained and welcoming staff and do not routinely weigh postpartum patients.

What to Bring

  • Come with baby if you are latching!
  • Bring your pump and pump supplies, especially if you have any problems with milk expression or milk supply
  • Bring baby’s food, if they take pumped milk or formula

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Admitted Patients - Inpatient Visit

  • Breastfeeding, chestfeeding or lactation concerns while you or your child are in the hospital
  • Lactation Consultants are available to all adult and pediatric patients at Strong and Golisano Children's Hospital, every day of the year. If you need anything lactation-related while you or your child is admitted or has surgery, you can:
    • Ask your team to put in a consult for "lactation"
    • Ask you team to page a Lactation Consultant
    • Patients can ask their lactation consultant or primary team to put in a consult to Breastfeeding Medicine - Common questions about inpatient consults

Family Resources

For U of R Personnel
UR Medicine is committed to your health and the health of your baby.
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If you have Concerns about Breastfeeding, Human Milk and Medications or Environmental Exposures

For patients: MothertoBaby UR Medicine, call Call (585) 275-3638 or 1 (844) 352-3420 (toll-free) or email (M-F 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.)
For providers: Lactation Study Center, call (585) 275-0088; or email