Cobb County

Braves, Northside Hospital unveil new lounge for mothers and infants at Truist Park

COBB COUNTY, Ga. — The Atlanta Braves and Northside Hospital recently unveiled a brand new lounge for mothers and infants at Truist Park.

A ribbon-cutting was held for the lounge ahead of the team’s game against the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday night. Braves pitcher Dylan Lee and his wife, Courtney, who are expecting their first child, joined in the ceremony.

The lounge is located between the left field gate and section 141 and is intended to provide a quiet space for moms and babies.

“We at Northside Hospital are thrilled to provide this space for the comfort and health of moms and babies who attend events at Truist Park,” said Lee Echols, vice president of marketing at communications at Northside Hospital. “Northside is a proud partner of the Braves and their fans, and we lead the nation in newborn deliveries. This is a perfect way to show our commitment to healthy moms and babies, and to highlight our relationship with the Braves.”

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The air-conditioned lounge includes comfortable rocking chairs and recliners, changing tables, TVs, and helpful advice on breastfeeding from lactation experts at Northside Hospital.

In addition to Braves games, the lounge will be available for other events at Truist Park, according to the team.


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