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Baby expo offers information and resources for families



The third annual MomsLikeMe Baby Expo will be held Sunday, June 24 in the Grand Ballroom of the Atlantis Casino Resort Spa. The event begins at 10 a.m. and will last until 4 p.m. Admission is $5.

More than 50 vendors will be at the event representing healthcare, dentistry, child photography and more. Moms and moms-to-be can sample and shop for various child care products and services.

Renown Children’s Hospital is the title sponsor of the Baby Expo. The Children’s Hospital booth will offer information on its programs and services including Labor & Delivery, Children’s ER, Children’s Specialty Care, Childbirth Education, Baby & Family Suites, Kohl’s Save Your Skull program and Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. Participants can also play games and enter to win prizes.

“Our medical professionals, specialists and nurses looked forward to sharing their insights regarding ways to make children’s healthcare easier,” said Becky Haase, manager of pediatrics at Renown Children’s Hospital.

For more information about the Baby Expo, visit renobabyexpo.com or call 775-750-0841.

About Renown Children’s Hospital

Renown Children’s Hospital is the only dedicated children’s hospital in northern Nevada. It offers a variety of programs and services designed specifically to care for the community’s families. It has the region’s only Children’s ER, Pediatric ICU and Children’s Specialty Care, which treats children and adolescents with cancer. Children’s Specialty Care is also home to the region’s first Children’s Infusion Center. Renown Children’s Hospital is the only hospital affiliated with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals in the region and local CMN Hospitals’ programs and events directly benefit children in the Truckee Meadows community. It is also the only hospital in the region affiliated with NACHRI (National Association of Children’s Hospitals and Related Institutions). For more information, visit renown.org/children.


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