Congratulations on choosing a midwife! Please answer the following questions to see if this matches your dream.

1. Do I have a serious chronic medical condition?

2. Do I want more flexibility in your birth plans?

3. Do I like the more routine, less personal approach?

4. Do I want to deliver in a hospital or birth center?

     If you answered no to question #1 and #3 above, then a midwife is a good match for you. If a midwife is not a good match for you, then visit our Doctor's page or Home Birth Midwives to see if that suits you dreams better.

How do midwives differ from doctors?

Doctors traditionally have short prenatal visits with you and only turn up at your birth when you are ready to push the baby out.  They also have the training to perform c-sections.

Midwives (CNM's) prenatal appointments generally last an hour and they ask about your well being. They stay with you during most of your labor and can do everything a doctors does. But, they can not do c-sections.

Recommended Midwives (CNM's)

These midwives deliver at the birth center or at Vanderbilt Hospital. Prenatal visits are at Baby + Co.

Midwives in the school of nursing that deliver at Vanderbilt Hospital.

They deliver at St. Thomas Midtown and Centennial

This group of midwives delivers at St. Thomas Midtown. They are supporters of all kinds of birthing moms, even VBAC.

100 Oaks Midwives

Midwives from the school of medicine that deliver at Vanderbilt. They support the births at Vanderbilt Hospital 8 am - 5 pm weekdays. 

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