The mission of the Sandoval County Breastfeeding Chapter is to support,
promote, advocate for and normalize breastfeeding and address barriers
families experience through education, outreach, and collaboration within our county.
Our goal is to provide education and support for breastfeeding families in Sandoval County.
The Sandoval chapter meetings are open to all breastfeeding advocates, providers, partner organizations, Pueblo agencies, and breastfeeding families. We help normalize breastfeeding through special projects that support breastfeeding families in our community. Meetings are monthly on the 2nd Tuesday of the month.
We would love to hear from you since we haven’t been able to meet for a while. For more information about our next meeting, contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lovelace Westside Art Unveiling and Baby-Friendly® Celebration Press Release
Art Unveiling to support breastfeeding mothers and their families
To learn more about why the Baby-Friendly® designation is so prestigious, click here. Lovelace Women’s Hospital is also Baby-Friendly®.
Lovelace Westside Hospital
For over 30 years, Lovelace Westside Hospital (LWSH) has been committed to offering Rio Rancho and Westside residents of Albuquerque the high quality convenient care. The 80-bed facility includes a 24-hour emergency department, where patients can see a provider in about 30 minutes or less. Its birthing center offers nine private rooms, 24/7 anesthesiology coverage, an OB surgical suite for C-sections, a lactation program and a special care nursery providing a higher level of care for newborns who require special attention. LWSH has consistently been awarded 4-stars from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services since the program’s inception in 2017. To learn more about the state-of-the-art treatment options, innovative health care providers and award-winning quality initiatives at Lovelace Westside Hospital, visit lovelace.com.
Meet our Officers
Meghann Dallin: Bio coming soon!
Siboney Rodriguez is a mother of three amazing children and continues to work toward cultivating community wellness. She is the co-chair of the Sandoval Co Breastfeeding Chapter and has been honored to watch it grow. As a licensed social worker and lactation advocate, Siboney works closely with families at a local hospital and for the NMBTF as a Clinical Implementation Specialist
Mannon Garcia: Bio coming soon