Additional MidwiferySupport Options

Prenatal Care ONLY


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




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