Serving Babies Far and Wide

Serving Babies Far and Wide

Tuesday, 11/20/2018

With a home in Fort Worth, Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas is just a short drive away from the depots and hospitals located in the Metroplex. Our courier spends the day picking up milk from these depots, as well as delivering orders to local hospitals and outpatients.

It’s no surprise MMBNT serves the fragile babies of North Texas - it is in our name, after all. But what about those who aren’t near a milk bank? Fortunately, MMBNT reaches much further than the confines of the Dallas-Fort Worth area.

All across the northern half of Texas, you’ll find hospitals using donor milk from MMBNT and depots collecting and storing milk from donors. There are depots as far north as Perryton in the Texas Panhandle, as far west as Levelland and as far east as Texarkana.

Hospitals throughout the Panhandle, West Texas and East Texas supply their NICUs with precious, life-saving donor milk. Our staff carefully packs their orders on dry ice and ships them overnight to arrive at their destinations the next morning.

Some states do not have their own milk banks, so MMBNT steps in to serve those areas. With four depots and several ordering hospitals, Arkansas is another major region for the milk bank. There is also a depot in Georgia, and MMBNT sends orders to a few hospitals throughout the South as well.

Mothers’ Milk Bank of North Texas is honored to provide donor milk for so many fragile infants. For more information about our processes or a list of depot locations, visit our website.

Mother and father with two children, each in a stroller
Katie donates her milk from Georgia.
Mother and father holding newborn premature daughter
Baby Annie received donor milk in Arkansas.