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Nursing Mother Station at Maternity Care Coalition!

For nursing mothers, Maternity Care Coalition will once again be providing a quiet space for you! The location is also marked on the maps posted earlier. We are so thankful for their help!

Maternity Care Coalition
Rodin Place, 2000 Hamilton St., Philadelphia, PA
10 am - 4 pm: Indoor breastfeeding and pumping station just off the Parkway behind the Barnes Museum. The Rodin Place entrance is on Hamilton Street in the middle of the block, next to Super Cuts. Take elevator to second floor and follow signs to MCC large conference room. MCC will provide light refreshments and a clean, sanitary area to breastfeed or pump (you must bring your own pump). Staffed by MCC employees and volunteers.

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