Additional MidwiferySupport Options

Prenatal Care ONLY

$2500

This package is for the couple who only wants midwife support during pregnancy but will have your baby in the hospital with your doctor

Prenatal visits

  • Every other month until 32 weeks of pregnancy

  • Twice a month from the 36th week of pregnancy

  • Weekly to byweekly in office visits until your baby is born

  • Nutritional counseling and Herbology consultations as needed

  • All comprehensive lab tests -
    OB panel, Gestational diabetes test, Complete blood counts, Group B strep, and other testing as needed (Labs not included in price) Result review from labs drawn by doctor 

  • Referral for second opinion.

  • Childbirth education class-
    Go over what normal birth looks like, go over comfort techniques, what to expect and how to prepare for your birth

  • 24/7 support

  • Resources & referrals
     

Birth Support

  • Resources and referrals

  • Support by phone or email support only

  • Option to add on doula Support for an additional $500
     

Postpartum visits

  • Resources and referrals

  • 3 day in hospital or home

  • 6 weeks

Monitrice

Service

$1500

The monitrice fulfills the role of a doula plus provides clinical support.  Someone providing monitrice service is one who has training in assessing a woman's vital signs, palpate fetal position, monitoring fetal heart tones, and checking cervical progress while at home (when requested)..
Its The support of a doula with the expertise of a midwife.


When the woman arrives at the hospital the monitrice then serves in the role of a doula, providing no clinical support.  This is an excellent option for women who wish to labor at home as long as possible before arriving at the hospital.  

Are there things a monitrice will not do?   Yes!
* Offer medical advice.  
* Relay your consent or non-consent to the hospital staff or care provider on your behalf.  
* Make decisions for you.

  • Complimentary consultation

  • 2 one-hour prenatal visits, which include: Discussing your wishes for labor and birth and help developing a birth wish list

  • Discussing the role in which you desire the monitrice to have during your labor and birth

  • Learning and practicing comfort measures

  • Relaxation practice 

  • Learning various positions for labor and birth

  • General overview of the labor and birth process Learning how to make informed choices

  • Taking maternal vitals, listening to fetal heart tones, and palpating fetal position

  • Cervical checks upon your request, at-term and only if indicated

  • Email and phone support, for non-emergent questions, between 9:00am and 9:00pm

  • 24/7 email and phone support starting three weeks before your due date

  • On-call for you starting two weeks before your due date

  • Doula support for your birth with your doctor or midwife

  • Helping husband/partner with comfort measures during labor and birth

  • One to two hours postpartum care at your place of birth

  • One postpartum visit, more if needed

  • ​Breastfeeding support