Owatonna Hospital scores well above national and state average on infant feeding practices survey

Left to right: Jessica Anderson, RN, birth center; Tawnee Selbrade, RN and lactation consultant, birth center; and Susan Shaft, manager, birth center.

[Owatonna People's Press, December 02, 2014] Owatonna Hospital scored exceedingly well on The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) 2013 survey of Maternity Practices in Infant Nutrition and Care (mPINC).

With a score of 86, Owatonna Hospital is performing better than many facilities nationwide, in Minnesota and similar size facilities.

Owatonna Hospital scored better than 74 percent of all facilities nationwide, 65 percent better than facilities in Minnesota and 77 percent better than similar size facilities in the United States. Read the full story at www.southernminn.com.

Posted on December 01, 2014 in Mother & ChildOwatonna HospitalOwatonna People's Press

Share this article