Caring for you and your baby

Pharmacy 777 Baby Care

Baby Clinics

More than 30 years ago we introduced “in-store” Baby Clinics as a service to mums with children in the 0 – 5 age group. We were the first pharmacy group in WA to successfully run these Baby Clinics and the service is still running today. The clinics are all staffed by a Registered Nurse or Midwife. Our team of nursing specialists is here to ensure you receive the best advice and professional quality care for you and your baby. Consultations are free and cover a range of baby care issues including growth and development, feeding, sleeping, teething, introducing solids, toilet training and more.

Free Service. No appointments required.

We provide:

  • Professional health information, guidance and support, for you and your baby.
  • Baby weighing and measuring facilities.
  • Health promotional pamphlets from the Health Department of W.A.
  • Information on Community Resources.
  • A complement to existing Health Care Professionals working in the community.

Baby Clinics are available at:

Pharmacy 777 Applecross

Pharmacy 777 Jindalee

Pharmacy 777 Whitford City

Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 10am - 3pm

Wednesday 9am - 3pm

Monday to Thursday 10am - 3pm

Breastfeeding Clinics

Our Breastfeeding Clinics are run by International Board Certified Lactation Consultants who provide the highest standard of care for breastfeeding mums and their babies with one-on-one private consultations.

Our Lactation Consultants provide the skills, evidence based information and the one on one care to mothers and their babies which is essential when assisting parents to sucessfully breastfeed.

Fees apply. Appointment required.

Pharmacy 777 Nollamara

Pharmacy 777 Whitford City

Mon & Tues 8am - 4pm,

Friday 10am - 7pm,

Saturday & Sunday 8am - 2pm 

Tuesday 10am - 3pm

About Lactation Consultants (I.B.C.L.C.)

IBCLC's provide the highest standard of care for breastfeeding mums and their babies. They provide skills, evidence based information, and the time, that is essential when assisting parents to successfully breastfeed.

The World Health Organisation prioritises direct breastfeeding, the baby's mother's breastmilk, and donor breastmilk, as the lst, 2nd, and 3rd choices for infant feeding. Most mothers choose to breastfeed their babies. However, when faced with unsupported challenges and incorrect information, they may become overwhelmed with their parenting responsibilities.

Support and guidance from an I.B.C.L.C. will empower parents to make informed decisions.

Secure your appointment today.