Why are we different from a hospital?
Birth Center care begins with your first prenatal visit. It is a program of education for pregnancy, nutrition, birth, labor support, baby care, and general women’s health. Your family and friends are welcome to participate in your Birth Center care.
Birth Centers give you confidence in your ability to give birth, balancing the human touch and technology.
Most importantly, the Birth Center program gives you the time that you deserve.
- Time to listen to and answer your questions
- Time to stay with you throughout your labor and birth
- Time to help you, your new baby and your family get off to the best possible start
Midwifery is different from obstetrics. Midwifery care is provided by professionally trained midwives or doctors who practice
Midwives take time to listen to you. Midwives believe that childbearing is normal and that you and your family should create the birth experience that will be meaningful to you.
Midwifery is a collaborative practice that involves: midwives, nurses, obstetricians, pediatricians, and other specialists as needed.
Midwifery honors and respects the wisdom and dignity of all women and the sacredness of pregnancy and birth.