Find your breastfeeding success
If you choose to breastfeed, your ARC pediatrician, Ob/Gyn, and care team can provide advice and recommendations. We also partner with Breastfeeding Success (BFS) to help new parents reach their breastfeeding goals with specialized educational materials, classes, and visits with a lactation consultant, as needed. BFS is a local group of board-certified lactation consultants, NICU-registered dietitians, and childbirth educators. Your pediatrician or Ob/Gyn can refer you to the services you need.
Integrated lactation care for new parents
Breastfeeding Success offers holistic lactation care before birth and beyond. At every stage of the parenting journey, you will be supported by International Board-Certified Lactation Consultants (IBCLCs), who provide evidence-based breastfeeding medicine attuned to your unique needs.
Our physician-supervised services are seamlessly integrated with ARC primary care providers to reach shared goals: to ensure that each baby is getting the best nutrition possible and empower families to find their success.
What’s an IBCLC?
Breastfeeding Success is a team of international board certified lactation consultants (IBCLCs). IBCLCs are certified by an internationally recognized board examination to meet rigorous professional standards and demonstrate specialized skills in the clinical management of breastfeeding and human lactation.
How to reach breastfeeding success
When you need breastfeeding or lactation support, call 512-808-0237 to get started.
- Classes From childbirth preparation to breastfeeding, self-care, and newborn care, we offer virtual classes and support groups for new and expectant parents.
- Lactation care We support your lactation needs with consultations to resolve feeding issues. Your written care plan is shared with your ARC care team.
- Pumping support Help with breast pump fit, pumping techniques, and breast pump and baby weighing scale rentals.
What is a lactation consultation?
IBCLCs are healthcare providers trained in the clinical management of lactation. The goal of a lactation consultation is to ensure that each baby is getting the best nutrition possible and to empower families and their healthcare providers with information and tools to find success.