Breastfeeding has demonstrable benefits for children and their mothers; however, breastfeeding can be particularly difficult for women who return to the workplace in the months after a child's birth. The challenge of continuing to provide breast milk to an infant after a mother returns to work is evident in the day-to-day lives of health professionals who choose to do so and is reflected in the literature, which shows a marked reduction in breastfeeding rates corresponding to a woman's return to work. These barriers are even more apparent when travel is required for professional obligations or advancement, such as to attend or present at national conferences or to take standardized examinations at test centers. This article provides guidelines and practical advice for event organizers and testing centers to support a lactating mother's ability to provide for her child without compromising her professional career. In particular, we describe the physical requirements of lactation spaces, considerations for milk storage, ways to create a lactation-friendly environment, and unique considerations and accommodations for test takers and test centers. Supporting lactating health professionals should be seen as part of a larger endeavor to support gender equity, advance women in medicine, and integrate wellness and family into our professional lives.