With a highly specialized group of healthcare professionals at the helm, PUSH provides prenatal and perinatal education and support to expectant and new mamas across Toronto. We help you feel empowered to confidently take on this amazing next chapter in your lives!
Through group classes and one-on-one consultations, we strive to deliver the most comprehensive perinatal information you can find—plus additional health and wellness services.
We want to share everything we have so you know exactly what to expect.
At PUSH, our mission is to provide quality, evidence-based care during this sacred and unique journey. We connect the medical aspect of pregnancy and childbirth with a high level of empathy and care.
We treat our mamas (and each other) with the utmost respect, kindness and professionalism
We strive to make you feel comfortable and confident that you are in the best possible hands to care for your unique needs
We ensure our highly specialized professionals focus on helping mamas feel heard and nurtured throughout their pregnancy and beyond
We embrace a client-centric philosophy as the core component of all our offerings to achieve better and more accurate health outcomes for everyone
Bradie Hutton, RD, MHSc
our Registered Dietitian
Bradie is our PUSH dietitian with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Nutrition and Food, and a Master of Health Sciences in Nutrition Communication at Ryerson University. While working at Toronto Public Health in the Healthiest Babies Possible program, she developed a growing passion for prenatal and infant nutrition.
Bradie is a registered dietitian who supports women throughout their pregnancy. Over the years, she has continually provided prenatal nutrition education and counselling. She believes in the importance of using this tool to help both mama and baby—by supporting their health and quality of life during fetal development, post-partum, and beyond.
Rebecca Keller, RN, CLC
our Registered Nurse &
Certified Lactation Counselor
Rebecca is our registered nurse at PUSH. Since graduating with a Life Sciences degree from Queen’s and a Nursing degree from the University of Toronto, she has gained years of professional expertise. She has worked as both a labour and delivery nurse at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto and as a fertility nurse at Seattle Reproductive Medicine.
In addition, Rebecca completed the Lactation Counselor Training Course through the Center for Breastfeeding, Healthy Children Project and earned her Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC) designation from the Academy of Lactation Policy and Practice (ALPP). With professional and personal breastfeeding experience, she strongly believes in supporting mothers on their breastfeeding journeys.
Rebecca is passionate about educating and supporting women throughout their entire pregnancies and beyond, and understands the overwhelming and wonderful experience first-hand. She is also devoted to helping develop a strong sense of community for new and expectant mamas. We are thrilled to welcome her to the PUSH team!
Brooke Brimmer, RN, MN
our Registered Nurse
We are delighted to have Brooke on board at PUSH as another wonderful registered nurse, helping our new and expectant mamas. After graduating with a Nursing degree from Queen’s and a Masters of Nursing from Ryerson, she gained several years of professional expertise. Her vast experience includes High Risk Labour & Delivery at Mount Sinai Hospital, Paediatric Emergency at the Hospital for Sick Children, and Community Paediatric and Neonatal Intensive Care at Humber River Hospital.
Brooke also travels to Northern Canada as an obstetrics, postpartum and primary care nurse with limited resources. In addition, she has worked as a Clinical Practice Leader, educating other healthcare providers on caring for women in labour and delivery, creating care plans for families experiencing a high-risk pregnancy, and working to improve quality and safety in maternal child hospital care through case reviews and quality improvement projects.
From guiding women in their early first trimesters to their early years of officially becoming mothers, Brooke strongly believes in education, support and empowerment. She strives to help mamas be as prepared as possible to care for their babies, children, and themselves—throughout their pregnancies and beyond.