Pacific Wellness and Lactation clinic opens to serve mothers and infants

The new clinic offers breastfeeding support and perinatal care.

  • Wednesday, August 1, 2018 8:30am
  • News

Pacific Wellness & Lactation, a clinic that provides breastfeeding support and perinatal medical care is now open to support mothers and infants. The clinic, founded by co-owners BreAnne Marcucci and Jennifer Millich, opened in November 2017 and since then has seen hundreds of families in Snohomish County and surrounding areas.

Jennifer Millich MSN, BSN, IBCLC and co-owner of Pacific Wellness & Lactation said she looks forward to providing these services to local families.

“BreAnne and I have loved being involved in this community and providing these much needed services for the families we work with,” Millich said in a press release. “We value the relationships we’ve build with local healthcare professionals and are happy to be able to provide this complimentary care for a holistic and well-rounded approach to the health and well-being of both new and growing families.”

Marcucci is a board certified family nurse practitioner (ARNP – FNP) and an international board certified lactation consultant (IBCLC) and Jennifer is a registered nurse (RN) and IBCLC.

Both Marcucci and Millich provide lactation counseling and medical care four days a week, Wednesday-Saturday. The clinic accepts most major medical insurance as well as most state insurance plans. For more information or to schedule an appointment call (425) 322-4913 or visit www.pwlactation.com.

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