SimpliFed provides evidence-based, virtual breastfeeding and baby feeding support, centered on families. Patients are referred by community-based perinatal and family medicine practitioners that want their patients to have access to specialized, inclusive lactation and baby feeding support from pregnancy through weaning.
We partner with healthcare providers to help families on their baby feeding journey.
Partnering to improve health outcomes
Patients who get the right baby feeding support have higher breastfeeding rates and better health outcomes. At SimpliFed, we center care on patients, providing them with judgment-free support, no matter how they choose to feed their baby.
Specialized care when it’s needed the most
SimpliFed is there for parents during the moments that matter: Preparing for baby feeding in pregnancy, those first few weeks at home, transitioning back to work, and whenever questions or concerns arise. Our virtual model allows us to be there 24/7, from the comfort and convenience of home.
Virtual care allows patients to access baby feeding experts wherever they are, eliminating the need to travel to a doctor’s office or clinic, secure childcare, rearrange work schedules or pay for gas. Appointments are often available within 24 hours in English and Spanish, even during weekends and evenings.
Easy for Patients and Providers
Everyone is busy, so we make it as easy as possible for patients and providers to work with SimpliFed. Providers can securely refer patients on our website, via fax, or by sharing materials in the office. We always offer to share back care plans so you can stay in the loop!
Who we work with
We partner with a variety of healthcare professionals who refer to us to get their patients access to breastfeeding and baby feeding support services, covered by insurance.
(Labor & Delivery, Mother Baby, and Postpartum Units)
Community Health Care
(Women, Infants and Children Program)
Lactation Consultants and Counselors
Partner with us today!
SimpliFed is excited to work with international board certified lactation consultants (IBCLCs), certified lactation counselors, nurses, nurse practitioners, and Registered Dietitians (RD) to advance our mission.
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