36 Hours for Kids: New Mom Grateful for Milk & Care


When Jennifer Murray’s son, Cade was born last September at Renown Children’s Hospital, she learned he had low blood sugar levels and needed milk right away. Board Certified Lactation Consultant Robin Hollen, RN, IBCLC, helped her through the process of using donated pasteurized breast milk until she could breast feed him.

“There is no one word well suited enough to express the gratitude we have for her,” Jennifer says in a letter to Robin. “I attribute most of our great experience during our stay to her dedication to patient care. She is truly invaluable.”

Find out more about Jennifer’s experience and what Robin has to say about the unique lactation services the hospital is offering moms.


  1. Robin was of tremendous help to myself as well. Robin is extremely knowledgeable and easy to get a hold of; which makes nursing easier on a new mother, like myself.She answers you questions and concerns in her one on one consults or email. What makes Robin so special is her patience and expertise, never pushy and encouragement, I couldn't of done it without her. She found a problem when my milk wasn't coming in, I had colostrum, it took eight or nine days to get my milk, she created a plan and I had milk in no time, I still continue to communicate with robin 4 months postpartum, that's what makes Robin great.