We want to provide compassionate, personalized care to expectant mothers before, during, and after the birthing process. That’s why we offer access to midwifery services.
A midwife is a licensed healthcare providers who takes a holistic approach to care by providing a full range of pregnancy, birthing and primary health care services. Nurse midwives have the education and clinical training to care for people at any point in their lives and throughout pregnancy. Midwives can work independently and in collaboration with physicians and other care providers as necessary to offer fully integrated care that meets every patient’s unique needs.
Midwives can also work closely with a patient’s doula (a person who provides emotional and physical support during pregnancy and childbirth) and support system to provide the best care possible.
Midwives consider pregnancy an important transition in a person’s life, so they take a more personalized approach to family-centered care that meets the physical, mental, emotional, spiritual, and cultural needs of our patients
Midwives offer a wide range of expert pregnancy and birthing support for low-risk pregnancies in a hospital setting, which includes:
After birth, midwives offer advice and provide support on breastfeeding, baby care, contraception, and other issues. Midwives will continue to see new mothers throughout a six-week postpartum period.
Midwives also provide gynecologic for patients of all ages, from adolescence through menopause. This may include: