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March 17: Baby University: An Incredible Free Baby Shower


Saturday, March 17 • 10 am - 3 pm

Division of Public Health Practice

The Cal Turner Family Center at Meharry Medical College

1011 21st Avenue North • 37208

Baby University is a community information, resource and health fair for pregnant and recently delivered families. Recognizing babies don't come with instructions, the event is designed to help answer lots of questions.

Attendees will hear from healthcare professionals and community experts about providing babies with a healthy start including safe sleep, healthiest ways to feed babies and more. In addition to useful information, the event is designed to be fun for families with giveaways, shower games and a chance to win a grand prize.

Presented by the Division of Public Health Practice at Meharry Medical College, Metro Public Health Department, Amerigroup, United Healthcare, NashvilleHealth, Tennessee State University, Metro Nashville Public Schools and other community partners - the coalition hopes area providers will share information with patients who might benefit from this incredibly useful, incredibly free opportunity.


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