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Mother's Rooms

Please register to use the Mother's Rooms.


Locations

Hospital-Grade Pumps

Accessory Kits

Vending Machine with Supplies


Locations

There are several Mother's Rooms located on the Johns Hopkins campuses for employees who need a private space to express breast milk while at work. For buildings that do not have a designated room, it is possible that space can be identified based on request. Please see the list below for location, room details, and contact person for each room. Some of the rooms are reserved for employees who work in the building, so email or call the Mother’s Room contact person to find out if you are eligible to use a specific location. If you need help accessing a room and the contact person is unavailable, contact Worklife Programs at worklife@jhu.edu or 443-997-7000.

 

CampusContact
Bayview Medical Center 
A118F (across from EPIC training room)

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

A Building, 2 West (Mother-Baby Unit)

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Asthma & Allergy Building

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Mason F. Lord Building, Center Tower, Room 4200

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

East Baltimore Medical Campus 
415 N. Washington

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Complete Room & Swipe Card Access Form: https://solutions.jhu.edu/idcars/

1812 Ashland

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

1830 East Monument

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

2024 East Monument

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Bloomberg School of Public Health /

Hampton House

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Complete Room & Swipe Card Access Form: https://solutions.jhu.edu/idcars/

Bloomberg School of Public Health /

Wolfe St. Bldg

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Complete Room & Swipe Card Access Form: https://solutions.jhu.edu/idcars/

Cancer Research Building II

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Halsted

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Harriet Lane Clinic at Rubenstein Building

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Johns Hopkins Outpatient Center (JHOC)

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Nelson Building

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Pre-Clinical Teaching Building (PCTB)

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

School of Nursing

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Smith Building

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Turner Concourse

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Weinberg Building

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Zayed Tower

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Homewood 
Bloomberg Physics & Astronomy

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Shaffer Hall

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Other Locations

 

1300 Thames, JH International

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Candler Building (111 Market Place)

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Carey Business School

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Johns Hopkins @ Eastern

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Johns Hopkins @ Keswick, South Building

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Mt. Washington, Davis Building

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

School for Advanced International Studies (SAIS), Bernstein Offit Building

Register for Mother's Room information: http://hopkinsworklife.org/family_support/breastfeeding_support/register_for_program/

Additional Locations

(Rooms available upon request)

 
Advanced Academic Programs - DC CampusBriggs Rolfsrud - 202-452-1941
Bond Street, Suite 550Call 410-955-6681 for information
Columbia campusJackie Deyo - 410-516-9707

East Baltimore

98 N. Broadway

Jennie Conley - 410-614-3799 or jconley@jhu.edu

Greenspring StationTrent May - 410-583-2460
Howard County General Hospital Maternal Child Unit, 2nd Floor, Lactation ClinicBernadette Madera - 443-718-2418 or bmadera1@jhmi.edu
JHPIEGO, 1615 Thames StreetDeborah Dean - 410-537-1825
Johns Hopkins HealthCare, 6704 Curtis Court

 Human Resources - 410-424-4892

Johns Hopkins Home Care GroupBruce Lampron - 410-288-8186
Montgomery CountyCall 301-294-7000 or visit the front desk at Gilchrist
PeabodyLaura Brooks - 410-234-4559
Public Health Studies, 3505 North Charles St.Caroline Barry - 410-516-5863
School of Education/2800 North Charles St.Connie Kinsley - 410-516-8726
Sibley Memorial Hospital, 2E room 206Contact Benefits office at 202-537-4752 or 202-537-4028 for room code
Suburban HospitalMaxine Robinson in Lactation Services - 202-243-2321
White Marsh Physicians BillingHuman Resources - 410-933-1291
Wilmer Building, 4th floorContact Carlisa Jones (casimmons@jhmi.edu) for room access
Wyman Park Building/Occupational HealthCall 410-516-0450 to reserve.

 

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Hospital-Grade Pumps

A hospital-grade breast pump is the strongest and most durable breast pump available to breastfeeding moms. This pump effectively stimulates your breasts to adequately raise your levels of the hormones prolactin and oxytocin which increase your breast milk production and output.

A hospital-grade pump has a stronger, more powerful motor that provides a higher level of suction and more efficient pumping.

While a personal-use breast pump is intended for use by only one mother, a hospital-grade pump is designed and approved by the FDA to be safe for multiple users. A hospital-grade breast pump can be used by more than one mom because it is designed with barriers that prevent cross contamination. When multiple moms use a hospital grade breast pump, each mother needs to use her own accessory kit.

Free accessory kits are available to full-time employees earning less than $40,000 per year.

Resource: Breast Pumps Direct- Hospital Grade Breast Pumps

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Accessory Kits

You are responsible for purchasing an accessory kit to use in a room that has a hospital-grade pump, or you may use your own breast pump. If you are a benefits eligible full- or part-employee and earn less than $40,000 annually, you may request a free accessory kit by emailing worklife@jhu.edu or calling 443-997-7000.

Ameda offers a 10% discount to Hopkins employees on all of their products. When checking out, use "Amedamoms" as the discount code. Click "Apply Coupon" to receive 10% off the products in your shopping cart.

Both Ameda and Medela offer the accessory kits needed for the Mother's Rooms hospital-grade pumps.

Ameda Dual Hygiene Kit Without BPA or DEHP

Medela Symphony Double Pumping Kit

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Updated 1/25/2017