Birth at Home

Home birth is a wonderful choice for families with low-risk pregnancies who desire respectful, low-intervention care. Our clinical approach is guided by current research and best practices. Research shows that, for low-risk pregnancies, birth at home with midwives is as as safe or safer than hospital birth.


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prenatal visits

  • Hour-long prenatal visits

  • Comprehensive clinical assessments

  • Routine lab work and genetic testing

  • Gestational diabetes screening

  • Group B Strep testing

  • In-house specimen and blood collection

  • Ultrasound and perinatology referrals

  • Nutrition and lifestyle counseling

  • Direct 24/7 access to your care providers

labor & birth

  • Midwives on call 24/7 from 37 to 42 weeks

  • Two Licensed Midwives present

  • Expert low-intervention clinical management

  • Safe, peaceful, and calm environment

  • Continuous labor support

  • Water birth option

  • Complete newborn & postpartum assessment

  • Timely breastfeeding support

  • Certified neonatal resuscitation providers

 
 
 
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postpartum & Newborn CARE

  • Five routine visits between Day 1 and 6 weeks

  • Hour-long postpartum visits

  • Comprehensive clinical assessments

  • Postnatal recovery care

  • Well newborn care

  • Community resources and referrals

  • Birth certificate verification

  • Community & support groups

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lactation support

  • Board Certified Lactation Consultants

  • Position and latch assistance

  • Establish and maintain a healthy milk supply

  • Prevent and address complications

  • Newborn milk intake and weight gain assessments

  • Pumping, supplementation, returning to work

  • Breastfeeding support group

  • Infant weight check service

 

 

Got questions? We’d love to hear from you. Also check out the FAQs for more info and our Billing section for insurance coverage and verification details.