Christine Wiseman, RN, IBCLC

Primary Practice: Dallas, TX

Christine is originally a Michigander! She has been an RN for over 30 years with a focus on maternal/infant health. She worked in a large hospital in Detroit in various clinical settings including: Postpartum, Nursery, Couplet care, NICU and also in a large pediatric practice.

Christine became an International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) in 2007. She has worked as an inpatient and outpatient lactation consultant in the hospital setting. As a hospital IBCLC, she was involved in helping her hospital become designated as a “Baby Friendly” facility.

She then shifted her focus to public health and managed an outpatient lactation clinic through the WIC Program. As part of this role, Christine provided lactation education to residents and medical students with a focus on the positive health impact their support of breastfeeding can have on future generations.  Christine’s passion is to provide young families with lactation support and help mothers and families meet their breastfeeding goals.

Christine is happily married and has two grown daughters and two beautiful grandchildren whom she adores. She enjoys reading and spending time with family and friends.

 

 

Christine Wiseman, RN, IBCLC

Primary Practice: Dallas, TX

Christine is originally a Michigander! She has been an RN for over 30 years with a focus on maternal/infant health. She worked in a large hospital in Detroit in various clinical settings including: Postpartum, Nursery, Couplet care, NICU and also in a large pediatric practice.

Christine became an International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) in 2007. She has worked as an inpatient and outpatient lactation consultant in the hospital setting. As a hospital IBCLC, she was involved in helping her hospital become designated as a “Baby Friendly” facility.

She then shifted her focus to public health and managed an outpatient lactation clinic through the WIC Program. As part of this role, Christine provided lactation education to residents and medical students with a focus on the positive health impact their support of breastfeeding can have on future generations.  Christine’s passion is to provide young families with lactation support and help mothers and families meet their breastfeeding goals.

Christine is happily married and has two grown daughters and two beautiful grandchildren whom she adores. She enjoys reading and spending time with family and friends.