Ban the Bags!

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Oklahoma Hospitals that have "banned the bags" and eliminated this aspect of commercial marketing to mothers and families. Congratulations for taking this step to improve the hospital environment!

  • Cherokee Nation W.W. Hastings Hospital, Tahlequah
  • Chickasaw Nation Medical Center, Ada
  • Claremore Indian Hospital, Claremore
  • Comanche County Memorial Hospital, Lawton
  • Deaconess Hospital, Oklahoma City
  • Duncan Regional Hospital, Duncan
  • Great Plains Regional Medical Center, Elk City
  • Hillcrest Hospital South, Tulsa
  • Hillcrest Medical Center, Tulsa
  • INTEGRIS Baptist Medical Center, Oklahoma City
  • INTEGRIS Baptist Regional Health Center, Miami
  • INTEGRIS Bass Baptist Hospital, Enid
  • INTEGRIS Canadian Valley Hospital, Yukon
  • INTEGRIS Clinton Regional Hospital, Clinton
  • INTEGRIS Grove Hospital, Grove
  • INTEGRIS Health Edmond, Edmond
  • INTEGRIS Lakeside Women's Hospital, Oklahoma City
  • INTEGRIS Southwest Medical Center, Oklahoma City
  • Jackson County Memorial Hospital, Altus 
  • Norman Regional Healthplex, Norman
  • OU Medical Center, Edmond
  • OU Medical Center, Oklahoma City
  • St. Anthony Hospital, Oklahoma City
  • St. Anthony Shawnee Hospital, Shawnee
  • St. Francis Hospital, Tulsa
  • St. Francis Hospital South, Tulsa
  • St. John Medical Center, Tulsa
  • Stillwater Medical Center, Stillwater
  • Weatherford Regional Hospital, Weatherford

Promoting Mother's Milk: Hospitals Dumping Free Formula Gift Bags

Talking Points for Eliminating Commercial Diaper Bags

Letter from Public Citizen to Hospitals: Please Ban the Bags

Sucessful Initiatives to Limit Formula Marketing In Health Care Facilities-Strategic Approaches & Case Studies